An Anthony Martial loan offer from Sevilla has been rejected by Manchester United.
The France striker, 26, informed interim manager Ralf Rangnick on Wednesday that he wishes to leave the club.
Rangnick, on the other hand, stated that this will only happen if a suitable deal emerges.
Sevilla believed they could sign Martial during the January transfer window, but it is believed the offer only covered half of his weekly wages, which are estimated to be around £150,000.
United have yet to decide whether they will let Martial leave on loan in the first place, and if they do, it will only be for a deal that includes a loan fee and covers the entirety of the player’s wages.
Martial joined United from Monaco in 2015 for £36 million, making him the world’s most expensive teenage footballer at the time.
He has 79 goals in 268 appearances for the Red Devils but has fallen to the sidelines since the arrivals of Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, and Jadon Sancho.
He has not appeared in a game since Rangnick took over, and he has only made 10 appearances in all competitions this season.