Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook has dashed rumours suggesting Robinho is poised to leave the club.
Reports on Wednesday had suggested that the Brazilian playmaker was a summer transfer target for Barcelona.
The Catalan giants were said to be keen on taking the South American superstar on loan with the view to a permanent deal being struck at a later date.
Robinho, who joined City from Real Madrid in a record-breaking move last summer, had also been quoted as expressing an interest in a return to Spain.
However, Cook insists there is no substance to any such reports and claims the 25-year-old will be staying at Eastlands.
"Robinho has always been a highly valued member of our team and that continues to be the case," he told the club's official website.
"Reports suggesting he will leave the club, either on loan or on a permanent deal, are absolutely untrue."