Wesley Sneijder has dismissed suggestions he could join Manchester United, saying he wants to stay at Real Madrid.
Reports have claimed that the Dutch midfielder could be used as bait in Real's bid to secure the signing of United winger Cristiano Ronaldo.
Sneijder enjoyed an impressive first season at Real after arriving from Ajax and has no plans to leave the Spanish champions.
Instead, the 24-year-old is hoping Ronaldo joins him at the Bernabeu, and that Robinho is also not offered as part exchange for the Portugal international.
"I'd like to comment briefly on the reports and rumours that I might be going to Manchester United as part of some kind of exchange deal," Sneijder told his personal website.
"As I've said already, when I left Ajax, all I wanted was to go to Real Madrid. They are the best club in the world.
"And now that I'm here, all I want is to win as many trophies as I can with them and wear the white shirt for as long as possible.
"The same rumours have been doing the rounds about Robinho. Well, I hope he stays too, and I hope that Cristiano Ronaldo joins us at the Bernabeu.
"In short, I'm flattered to be linked to Manchester United...but it's not happening. End of story."