Danny Welbeck is set to stay at Manchester United following the sacking of David Moyes.
The £15 million-rated striker was understood to be weighing up his options ahead of the transfer window after finding himself at odds with Moyes.
Welbeck was becoming increasingly concerned about a lack of first-team opportunities at Old Trafford.
But the England international, who is in the frame for a place in Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad, will fight for his place in the squad under a new manager this summer.
Tottenham and Everton are believed to have been monitoring the situation, but are now set to be disappointed by the forward.
- By Paul Clennam
PORTO PAIR COULD COST MAN CITY £53M
Manchester City will have to stump up a combined £53 million to land long-term targets Eliaquim Mangala and Fernando from Porto.
The Premier League leaders made a move for both players in January, but the deal broke down.
Rivals Manchester United are also understood to have enquired about Mangala, but Porto believe the centre-back is bound for the Etihad Stadium.
Porto own 56.67 per cent of Mangala's rights, but 90% of Fernando's.
And, in what could prove to be a complicated transfer, City may be able to put together a cheaper deal for the pair by paying more for Fernando than Mangala - despite the defender being valued at £15m more than the midfielder - so Porto pocket more of the total fee, rather than a third party.
Mangala is valued at £38m but City could get him for £10m less, while Fernando is now seen to be worth £25m after signing a contract extension in January.
Monaco put together a similar deal last season for Porto pair Joao Moutinho and James Rodriguez, who moved to France in a combined £65m deal.
- By Paul Clennam