Man United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dismissed claims that Matteo Darmian or Andreas Pereira will be leaving Old Trafford this month.
The aforementioned duo have been linked with a move away from Man United this month, this follows from their inability to stake a claim in the first team of the club.
Juventus were heavily linked with a move to Darmian in the summer but it appears that they have withdrawn interest in him. Inter Milan are now keeping tabs of the versatile full back, who has been subjected to playing bit-part role.
Meanwhile, Pereira have been linked with a transfer albeit on a loan move but the Norwegian manager sees him more of a regular player in future.
Speaking ahead of Man United clash against Burnley, Solskjaer revealed he does not expect any departure.
“At the moment I can see everyone staying at the club.
“No deals have been done with anyone but there are still a few more.
“I’m not too involved in the negotiations so whatever happens happens but it’ll be good to get the window closed and improving the players in the squad still here.”
On Pereira, he added: “No I can’t see him going out on loan because Andreas has done fantastic in training ever since I came back.
“I’ve kept in touch with Warren, who had him in the reserves, and he’s a player I can see playing quite a few games for us towards the end of the season.”