Manchester United Wilfried Zaha was reported to have stormed away from the club's training ground on Thursday after manager David Moyes refused to sanction a loan move during the January window.
Zaha has made only two substitute Premier League appearances since completing his move to Old Trafford in the summer and it had been expected the former Crystal Palace would be loaned this month.
Newcastle, Cardiff and West Brom have all been credited with interest in the England under-21 international but, according to Goal.com, Manchester United have no intention of allowing Zaha to leave.
The 20-year-old and his advisor are reported to have had a meeting with club officials at the Carrington training complex where they were informed that Moyes had decided that Zaha would remain with Manchester United.
It is claimed Zaha then entered into a 'furious shouting match' with the club representatives before leaving the meeting in a rage and departing the training ground.
Manchester United could change their stance if they are to do business before the transfer deadline, but Zaha remains needed due to injuries sustained by Ashley Young and Luis Nani.