Manchester United target Nikica Jelavic happy at Rangers
Thursday 19 May 2011
Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic insists he is going nowhere despite being linked with a move to Manchester United.
The Croatian has been a hit at Ibrox after netting 19 goals in his debut season despite a spell of almost four months on the sidelines part way through the campaign.
His form saw him linked with a £13million switch to Old Trafford, but the forward - who joined Rangers for £4million last summer - claims he is happy in Glasgow.
Jelavic was quoted in the Daily Record as saying: "Frankly, I do not think about leaving because I am loving it at Rangers.
"Some of the stories about me leaving were simply people getting excited over nothing. I don't think I need to push myself for sale."
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