Bougherra keen to stay at Ibrox

03 November 2009 11:07
The Glasgow giants owe in the region of £30million and with the club's bankers eager to offload top names in an effort to recoup such loses, Bougherra has been linked with the exit door.[LNB]Since moving to Scotland from Charlton in 2008 the Algeria international has caught the eye with a series of commanding performances at the heart of Rangers' backline.[LNB]The 27-year-old is currently sidelined with knee ligament damage and speaking from France, where he is receiving specialist treatment, Bougherra warned he will not be ushered out of the club prematurely.[LNB]Eager to stay in Scotland until the end of the season at the very least, the talented centre-half is adamant he will not leave in January.[LNB]"I have not changed my intentions from last season. I will definitely stay in Glasgow and finish the season at the club," he told the Daily Record.[LNB]"I love life at Rangers and I'm sure they will find an investor and things will work out.[LNB]"I feel great in Glasgow and I need stability because that is one of the keys to success and progress, especially on the eve of the African Nations Cup and a World Cup." [LNB][LNB] Unirea Urziceni v Rangers 1st Goalscorer: Bougherra, M. 33/1  

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