Nani rules out United exit

03 June 2009 08:05
Manchester United winger Nani has rejected suggestions that he will leave Old Trafford in the summer.[LNB] The Portugal international joined Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in the summer of 2007 for a fee in the region of €20 million (£17m) and experienced a fruitful first season in England.[LNB]However, Nani failed to make an impact last term as he found himself behind Park Ji-Sung in the club's pecking order.[LNB]Reports in England have suggested Nani could be offloaded by United, but the player has rejected stories the club are looking to cash in on him.[LNB]"My future is at Manchester United, of course," he told the Portuguese press. "It is a privilege to be at a club like this.[LNB]"I won one more title (last season) and I am very happy to have won it for these two consecutive years.[LNB]"I was born to play football and I feel fine, although I did not play much. I will not leave Manchester United, nor will I be loaned out.[LNB]"I will see out my contract."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports