Marcos Rojo will be staying at Manchester United, according to his agent.
Having not featured in the first three league games of the season, there have been reports that Rojo could leave Old Trafford, with Valencia said to be interested.
But his agent, Carlos Goncalves, told SportWitness: “Manchester United rejected several offers from England and from abroad to sell the player. Manchester United want him to stay.”
Rojo moved to United in 2014 for around £14million after impressing Louis van Gaal during the World Cup.
He has made 58 appearances for the club since his move from Portugal and has scored one goal but has been hampered by injuries.
According to reports in Spain, Valencia were looking to bring in Rojo for around £10.26million to replace Shkodran Mustafi who recently signed for Arsenal
But it seems Mourinho wants to keep the player in his squad for the season