United have already turned down one bid from Chelsea for Rooney, although it is expected Jose Mourinho will be back with another long before the transfer window closes.
Rooney did not do much to dampen down speculation over his future by heading to the south east for a round of golf at an exclusive course close to the Chelsea training ground at the weekend.
United's stance regarding the 27-year-old has not changed, though.
And with treatment on the hamstring injury that forced him out of United's pre-season tour less than 24 hours after his arrival in Thailand almost a fortnight ago having the desired effect, the expectation remains that Rooney will be in Stockholm for the friendly against AIK Solna on August 6.
"We have said and the club have said he is not for sale," said Moyes after Tuesday's friendly defeat against Yokohama F Marinos.
"That has not changed. I do expect Wayne to be in Stockholm. As far as I know he is coming on.
"He has started light jogging and the feedback from the physios is that he is progressing so hopefully those dates will still be right when we get back."
Moyes’s youthful side were beaten 3-2 by the Japanese side, who scored an 87th-minute winner through Yoshihito Fujita in a match where United striker Robin van Persie was substituted after hurting his thigh.
"We've got a couple of wee worries," Moyes told MUTV. "Robin just felt his thigh in the first half and we didn't want to take any chances.
"Danny Welbeck felt his groin when he came on and we've just got to make sure they're all okay especially with so many games coming up. We've still got a few games to play before the season starts when we get back home."
Earlier in the day, newspapers quoted the Scot as saying that he fears the task ahead of him this season.
"There has to be an element of fear that comes with managing a club like Manchester United. It keeps you working, it keeps you focused and helps you try not to take your eye off the ball," he said.
"You would have doubt if anybody took over this job, but in my own way, I've got to say I feel it's the right job for me at the right time and hopefully I'll make it work.”
With regards to Alex Ferguson’s continued presence at Old Trafford, Moyes insisted that he would be his own man.
"It has to be a new era. Whatever we say, my job now is to make my history,” he said.
"I'm going to follow someone who has made incredible history. I think about Matt Busby's history and then Alex Ferguson's history - they could do a film about it.
"I have to make sure now that my history and my time is something which the fans and people in the future talk about."