Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has rubbished rumours that he wants to leave the club to join Manchester United.
Reports claimed that the Red Devils made a bid of £28.6m last week, a bid that was turned down by the Spanish giants.
And on Saturday, the 29-year-old declared that he is happy at the club and not interested in joining the Red Devils.
"I'm not negotiating with anyone," he told Canal Cuatro.
This all confirms what former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand said at the end of last month when he suggested that the Spain international was just after a new contract.
"Ramos to Manchester United? It ain't happening. He ain't going to Manchester United," Ferdinand is quoted as saying by Goal.com.
"He's at Real Madrid with, I think, a new contract coming up.
"Maybe the agent is putting [rumours] out saying he wants [to leave] so Real Madrid come back in with a bumper offer and he signs on the dotted line. Happy days.
"I remember when I was at United and there were rumours he [Bastian Schweinsteiger] was coming to Manchester United; he wanted to come, he loves the club and sees himself as a Manchester United player, allegedly."