Marouane Fellaini has pledged his allegiance to Manchester United amid rumours of a possible exit to Galatasaray this summer.
The Turkish side have reportedly entered talks with the Belgian over a deal worth £4m a year and club president Dursun Ozbek will travel to Manchester to hold talks on Tuesday.
But Mourinho, responding to the news, made it clear that the 29-year-old, who claimed the opening goal against Valerenga, would not be going anywhere this summer.
And Fellaini has taken to social media to insist that he is fully focused on preparing for the season ahead.
We should not underestimate the fact that Fellaini, since arriving in 2013, has outlasted the likes of Angel Di Maria, Radamel Falcao, Memphis Depay, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Morgan Schneiderlin. Through all the turbulent times in the post-Fergie era the Belgian has been a beacon of frustration for supporters and remained an unperturbed figure throughout.
You may have your reservations over Fellaini, but he doesn’t care: the midfielder is there to do a job and, to his credit, turns up every week and commits absolutely everything to the cause without a fuss.
And that, above anything, is why Mourinho has no intentions of selling him whatsoever this summer.