Manchester United have warned Real Madrid that even a world record bid would not be enough to prise away Cristiano Ronaldo.
Real have been continually linked with a move for United winger Ronaldo with reports suggesting they are preparing a £96m bid for his services in the summer.
In response to the speculation, United are thought to be considering offering the 23-year-old a new improved deal to keep him at the club.
Their leading scorer is only one year into a contract that lasts until 2012. The club’s usual policy is to wait until the player is two years from the end of his contract.
Regardless of whether the Portuguese international is offered a new deal, United insist he is going nowhere.
“We would not sell him for 120million euros,” assistant manager Carlos Queiroz told Spanish newspaper Marca.
“You can offer all the money in the world, but there is no amount that can buy him.”