Manchester United striker Federico Macheda will reportedly stay at the club this summer, despite being linked with a move away from Old Trafford.
The Italian, who joined United from Serie A side Lazio in 2007 has struggled to nail down a regular place in Sir Alex Ferguson's squad, and has found himself on loan at Sampdoria and Queens Park Rangers.
However, despite his lack of game time, talkSPORT report that the 20 year-old will remain with the Red Devils.
Macheda's agent Giovanni Bia told Radio Calciomercato: "I believe that Federico will remain with Manchester United."
The striker hit the headlines in 2009 as a 17 year-old, coming off the bench to score a dramatic last-gasp winner against Aston Villa on his debut for United. However, his career has failed to blossom since, making just 33 appearances in his career with the club, scoring five times.
The young striker had been linked with a move to Turkish side Beskitas, but a move failed to materialise.