Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon have confirmed that goalkeeper Iker Casillas and defender Sergio Ramos are not for sale.
Casillas has been linked with a move to Manchester United for a number of years, while Ramos has also attracted attention from clubs after impressing for Spain in the World Cup.
“It’s only a rumour about Casillas, we have not received any offers,” Calderon said.
“Ramos is a great talent and we’re not going to sell him either.”
Meanwhile, Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze has dismissed reports linking him with a move to Spain.
Argentina international Heinze insists he is happy to remain at Old Trafford, despite reports of offers from Real and Barcelona.
“I’m settled in Manchester and haven’t thought about leaving,” Heinze told The Sun.
“I’ve heard about the interest from Spain and I am proud to hear that a club like Real Madrid are thinking of me. It’s a great compliment and would make any professional happy.
“But United and the coach stood by me when I had a knee injury last season and couldn’t play, and if they want me to continue, that is what I will do.”