Albiston on the speculation surrounding Gabriel Heinze:
"For a start I can't imagine that Sir Alex Ferguson will want to reduce the size of his senior squad for the second half of the season having publicly and correctly played up its importance," He said.
"No matter how Gaby has slipped slightly in the pecking order, he is still a great player who I think will get many games as the campaign progresses. The second half of a season as the challenges intensify will always see the senior pool used more and Heinze is certain to benefit from that.
"He might still be struggling a little fitness-wise but the only thing he needs now is a run of games. When you have had the injury he suffered and then rushed back too quickly then you need 12 games or so, on the trot, to get back into the swing of things. He's not had that.
"Evra's upswing in fortunes and Heinze's slide does illustrate how quickly things can change," Arthur added.
"It has made it very frustrating for Heinze and I can understand other clubs looking at the situation, thinking United might be overloaded in the left back area and eager to test the water.
"But, as I said. I don't think the manager would sanction it and I would say to Gaby, `don't go.'