Ravel Morrison has ruled out the possibility of a move to Manchester City, as the Manchester United midfielder continues contract talks with the club in the hopes of coming to a new agreement.
Morrison is currently in crisis talks with the club, with his contract at Old Trafford running out this summer.
And while United have insisted they have offered him new terms, Sir Alex Ferguson claims that Morrison has made his own demands which the club won't agree to.
"His agent has been working hard to get him another club," he said.
"We have offered him terms, which he has refused. His demands are unrealistic as far as we are concerned."
And while Morrison has maintained that he has yet to turn down any offers put forward by United, the 18 year old has also ruled out any possibility of a move to cross town rivals City while contract talks continue to stall.
"Whoever keeps sayin don't move to m.city, m.city have never ones been in my mind and whoever tells you I'm movin to the ignore them :)" He wrote on his twitter today.
The news will come as a relief to United fans, with the idea of any of their squad making the move across town a particularly uncomfortable one.
Morrison is one of a long line of United youngsters to be having disagreements over contract terms with the club, with Danny Welbeck and Paul Pogba also said to be currently discussing new deals with Ferguson.
Welbeck, according to the Daily Mail, believes he should be paid £60,000 per week, but with that amount being more than Tom Cleverley, Chris Smalling or Phil Jones' wages, Ferguson has reportedly refused to give in to such a demand.
And Pogba, meanwhile, is in the same situation as Morrison, with his contract running out in the summer and the youngster keen to improve the terms of his new deal as much as possible.