French defender insists his future will not be swayed by big money offers.
Manchester United target Adil Rami has insisted he will not be swayed by the prospect of a hefty payday according to talkSport.
The French defender currently plies his trade in La Liga for Spanish side Valencia, but looks set to leave the club at the end of the season due to the club’s precarious financial position.
Rami had been linked with a big money move to Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala, who have identified the defender as a potential replacement for Chris Samba, who left the club to join QPR during the January transfer window.
But Rami has insisted he will not be swayed by the prospect of a hefty pay-packet and believes there are more important things to life than money.
‘I am very well here [at Valencia] and there are still two years until the end of my contract’, said Rami.
‘For me the most important thing is to play. Money does not matter to me at this time in my life.’
The player has also been linked with Premier League side Manchester United who are reportedly keen to bring in defensive reinforcements during the summer transfer window.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is reportedly keen to ensure the club are not caught out short at the back with Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand both entering the autumn of their careers.