Manchester United have no plans of offloading Donny van de Beek when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Netherlands international was linked with a loan move to Everton this summer, but the United hierarchy decided to keep him.
The Toffees are planning a fresh approach at the turn of the year, but reports claim that the Red Devils won’t change their stance.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer personally intervened to keep Van de Beek at the club this summer, and he won’t entertain a mid-season exit.
Van de Beek wanted to leave in the recent transfer window, but he was happy to stay after receiving assurances of playing time.
However, nothing has changed during the opening months of the new season. He has played just six minutes in the Premier League.
Van de Beek is currently out of contention for a national team role amid his lack of league minutes with the Red Devils this term.
With the World Cup in November next year, he may push for a permanent move away from the Red Devils at the end of the campaign.