Liverpool forward Craig Bellamy has insisted the speculation about his future at Anfield does not concern him, insisting he is now focused on representing Team GB at the London Olympics, the
Queens Park Rangers, managed by Bellamy’s former Wales, Blackburn Rovers and Manchester City boss Mark Hughes and Cardiff City, the club Bellamy grew up supporting and at which he spent a year on loan in 2010-11, have both been mentioned as potential suitors for the signature of the 32-year-old, despite new Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers confirming he wants to keep Bellamy at the club.
Bellamy has shrugged off the rumour as he prepares to compete in the Olympics, declining to comment on where he will be playing his football next season and stressing his mind was solely on the Olympics. He said: “I’ve not said anything about my future and I’m not going to. I play for Liverpool and Wales and I’m representing Great Britain at the Olympics – and that is it. But as long as I’m fit I’ll be playing football no matter what.”
The former Wales captain is in his second spell at Liverpool, having previously played for the club between 2006 and 2007. Bellamy has a total of 69 appearances and 18 goals in both his Liverpool tenures.
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