Nani rejects exit rumours
Manchester United winger Nani has rubbished rumours suggesting he could leave the club in the summer.
Reports have implied that the Portugal international could be on his way at the end of the season, having enhanced his reputation over recent years.
Following the Old Trafford exit of countryman Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009, Nani has matured into United's most creative midfielder.
His rise to prominence has led some to suggest that he is now willing to take on a fresh challenge, with there likely to be no shortage of takers were he to become available.
Nani, though, has been quick to play down the reports, insisting he remains fully committed to the Red Devils cause.
He posted on his Twitter account: "I've seen some false reports on the press. I want you to know that you will hear the truth from me. Love MU."
The 24-year-old returned to action with United on Tuesday as he helped Sir Alex Ferguson's men book their place in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals.
He has been with the club since 2007, progressing out of the Academy ranks at Sporting Lisbon to become a global star - in much the same way as Ronaldo did after he made a move to England.