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Hulk happy to stay at Zenit

Brazil star Hulk has admitted other clubs are chasing him but that he is happy to stay at Zenit St Petersburg.

Last Updated: 04/07/13 at 07:11 Post Comment

Hulk: Happy to stay at Zenit despite offers

Hulk: Happy to stay at Zenit despite offers

The likes of Chelsea, Tottenham and big-spending Monaco have been linked with moves for Hulk this suummer as they looked to boost their attacking options.

Hulk joined Zenit last September in a £52million deal, but his future has been the subject of speculation for some time now.

The former Porto hit-man admits if he is to leave Zenit it will have to be for a better team than the Russian side as he is content at Zenit.

"Those approaches [by other clubs] do exist," Hulk told TV Paraiba. "There are clubs interested in me.

"But if I am to move, it has to be to a better place, with a better team in a better competition."

"I will be happy too if I stay. Zenit are a great club."

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