Maurice Edu is unaware of possible negotiations between Rangers and Ipswich Town over a potential move to the Championship side.
Edu has been strongly linked to follow in the footsteps of a number of other high-profile players and depart the Scottish giants but has confirmed he lets his agent handle his future.
The USA international is currently preparing for a friendly match against Mexico and is refusing to be drawn in by the speculation.
"I know about the club, but I'm not too aware of anything that's going on [with negotiations] to be honest," Edu told Goal.com after a light training session. "Once I came over here was when all that talk started."
"Every time that I come into a national team camp I just try to focus on that. I let my agent handle all that stuff, that's what he's there for, and once I head back to Europe then I'll turn my attention back to there and try to get that sorted."
Along with his international teammates, Edu is free to find a new home. Despite the interest from the continent, though, and given the Ipswich rumors, it looks like he may not end up moving far.
The 26-year-old also refused to rule out a potential move away from the UK, adding: "I'm pretty open to be honest. I've been in the UK for a while now, so I'm pretty used to that game. But I'm pretty open to most situations."