Karhan not keen on English switch
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Wolfsburg midfielder Miroslav Karhan has ended speculation linking him with a move to The Premiership and is keen to stay in Germany.
The Slovakian ace has previously turned out for Real Betis and Besiktas, and admits he has no desire to head to England.
Ç£I have already played in Spain and Turkey and I am not keen at all to move to England,Ç¥ declared the former Slovakian international, who was involved in a hefty dispute with David Beckham when the two sides met during the qualification campaign for Euro 2004.
Karhan, who retired from the national team following an argument with coach Ladislav Jurkemik, is tied to the Wolves until 2004 and looks likely to remain at the VolkswagenArena.
He added: Ç£The club has an option to extend my contract [for another year] and although I haven't really made up my mind yet, I'd like to stay in Germany.Ç¥