Sergio Ramos' mother believes the Spain defender will stay on at Real Madrid.
According to Sky sources, Ramos has already informed Real Madrid of his desire to leave the club to join Manchester United, who have tabled a bid for his services.
Widespread reports in the British and Spanish media have linked the defender, who has two years left on his contract at the Bernabeu, with a move to Old Trafford.
The Spanish international has two years left to run on his contract but is keen to join Louis Van Gaal's side after 10 years at the Bernabeu.
The centre-back's mother, Paqui Garcia, was approached by the Spanish television channel La Sexta as she was in her car on Tuesday.
When asked if her son intended to continue at the Bernabeu, she said: "Of course. Real Madrid above all."
She was also asked about the possibility of Ramos leaving to join Manchester United, to which she responded: "No. I think not, let’s go…He wants Spain."
Harry Redknapp also noted Ramos' mother's words and believes she may have taken inspiration from his trademark interview technique.
He said on Twitter: "Just heard Sergio Ramos' mum is doing interviews in her car today. She must have been watching transfer deadline day."