New Barcelona boss Gerardo Martino says there is no chance of midfielder Cesc Fabregas moving to Manchester United.
Barcelona have announced that Martino has signed a two-year contract to replace Tito Vilanova and the new man has wasted little time in making it clear that he will be retaining Fabregas.
Although Manchester United have already had two bids for the Spanish international rejected, manager David Moyes said on Thursday that their attempts to sign the 26-year-old were "ongoing".
However, Martino said: "I'm not going to get into the economic interests but, if the club rejected it twice, I add a third one right now.
"He will be staying here."
Vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu added: "It's logical that we've had offers for Fabregas because he is a quality player but he is not for sale.
"We are proud to have him here. It doesn't matter what the offer from United is, we are counting on him.
"It is normal that many clubs are interested in our player Cesc. That is a source of pride for us, but we'll reject all bids."