Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has insisted that Jack Butland is not for sale, according to the Daily Star.
The goalkeeper has been linked with a big money move away from the Britannia Stadium though his manager has said that he is not for sale at any price.
Butland moved to Stoke from Birmingham City in January 2013, though he spent much of the following eighteen months out on loan.
However following Asmir Begovic’s move to Chelsea, Butland was installed as the Potters’ first choice and has played every minute for them in the Premier League so far this season.
He won his third senior England cap as Roy Hodgson’s men beat France in a friendly at Wembley last month, and looks certain to be part of the Three Lions’ squad for next summer’s European Championships.
Butland played as Stoke booked their places in the League Cup semi-finals with victory over Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday evening.