Recent reports suggested that United and Chelsea were monitoring Roberto, who has a €40m (£36.1m) release clause in his current contract with Barcelona, but the three-time Spain worldwide is not interested in a move to England and has stated his desire to "continue" performing in the Barca engine room.
He has a €40m release clause which has fuelled speculation that a Premier League club could come knocking.
The Premier League pair have been strongly linked with the Spain global over the last month, after the player admitted that he may have to move on as Barca were continually linked with big-money swoops for Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele.
"I feel comfortable playing in my normal position and I am happy now as I was in Madrid (during the Spanish Super Cup) as this is more natural for me".
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"During the pre-season I did not start much but now in the official matches I am playing more".
However, speaking about his future, Roberto claims he's happy to stay in Spain and play under Ernesto Valverde this season. I want to continue here and continue like this'.
Since making his debut in 2010, he's struggled to establish himself as a regular starter and has made 96 appearances for the club.