Borussia Dortmund are under no pressure to sell Shinji Kagawa this summer, according to talkSPORT.
Following the departure of Nuri Sahin to Real Madrid, the German side could have feared that a deluge of their stars would exit the club for pastures new.
But the Japan international, who has caught the eye of Manchester United, doesn't have to be sold by the club, with his current deal not expiring until 2013.
Such has been Dortmund's dominance in the Bundesliga that many of their players, including Kagawa have been touted as potential targets from many of Europe's giants, including United.
Reports suggest that Sahin's departure won't be the catalyst for a host of exits and instead United may turn their attention to Jordan Henderson to help bolster their midfield.