Manchester United are reluctant to consider the cut-price sale of Phil Jones during the winter transfer window.
The England international has not made a competitive appearance for the Red Devils since January this year.
Hence, he has become frustrated with his situation and it was recently claimed that he could push for an exit at the turn of the year.
He was recently left out of the 25-man A-list squad for the Champions League. With the lack of gametime, United are unlikely to receive any bids close to their asking price, but they seem reluctant to change their stance.
The 28-year-old is currently one of the longest-serving players at United. He has made 224 appearances to date. He has more than two years remaining on his contract with the club.