The former West Ham striker has not started a game since the 2-0 win over Bolton on September 27, with Wayne Rooney and Dimitar Berbatov given the nod ahead of him in recent weeks.
But despite the Argentinian having to settle for a substitute role in the last four games, Joorabchian has been quick to point out that Tevez, who's deal with United expires next summer, is not looking to move on in the new year.
The player's advisor told the Daily Telegraph: "Carlos Tevez is not going to be sold in January. He plans to stay until the end of the season and talk to Manchester United then.
"He has a great relationship with Manchester United. There have been absolutely no conversations with other clubs and there won't be."