It appears that Atletico Madrid centre-half Miranda will now stay put in Spain after a summer of transfer speculation linking the 29-year-old with a move away from the club.
Following a successful campaign which led to a Champions League final appearance and a title winning season in La Liga, reports now claim the Brazilian born defender will now commit his future at the Vicente Calderón.
Although there had been some interest from title rivals Barcelona as well as Manchester United, Marca suggests that Miranda will return to training with the current champions and negotiate a pay review, which has already happened with fellow team mates Koke, Juanfran and Gabi.
It seems strange that a team would win their first title in 18 years yet go on to lose many of their key players. However, money always talks and we have already seen Atletico part company with their talisman Diego Costa, who joined Chelsea for a fee believed to be in the region of £32m.
Should United or Barcelona return with the required €30m offer, perhaps manager Diego Simeone would consider selling the strong defender but this is beginning to look unlikely as the summer goes on.