Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze has returned to the club and will soon find out whether he has a future at Old Trafford.
The 29-year-old has called in lawyers to try and force a move to Liverpool, but United boss Alex Ferguson has said Heinze will not join the Reds.
Heinze arrived at United’s Carrington training complex following a break after playing in the Copa America.
Previously United chief executive David Gill said he was confident the club was in the right.
“He is a contracted player for two years and unless we receive an offer which is acceptable to us as a club, he will remain with us,” he said.
Ferguson believes Heinze’s representatives have unsettled the defender.
“I think that if we could take away the agent’s role in this I don’t think an awful lot is wrong with Gabi’s position at the club,” said Ferguson.
“We’ve looked after Gabi very well. He had his cruciate knee operation and we looked after him.
“We let him do his rehabilitation in Spain, which he wanted and I think he’s delighted at how we’ve treated him. We’ve conducted ourselves in a way that suited Gabi perfectly.”