Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay will only leave Manchester United on permanent deals and only for the right offer, Jose Mourinho insists.
Both players are of interest to Everton boss Ronald Koeman, while West Brom have had a bid rejected for Schneiderlin, with the pair having failed to break into Jose Mourinho's first-team this season.
Mourinho insists there are no deals for the duo to leave Old Trafford even close to being completed.
"Their situation is exactly the same. Both of them. I will allow them to leave the club if the right offer comes," he said ahead of Saturday's visit of Reading in the FA Cup.
"Until this moment, no. Is this a good situation? No. Why not? Because I don't think about them as options in this moment.
"In normal conditions, they would be selected for the match tomorrow, and they aren't, because we are waiting.
"A couple of weeks ago, it looked like 100 per cent, and in this moment, looks like zero per cent because we don't have any offer that is close to the quality that they have."