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Ferguson willing to let Nani go

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Manchester United winger Nani is set to leave United after they refused to renegotiate his four year deal or give the 24 year old a pay rise, according to reports in The Sun.

Nani has come to believe that he should be paid the same wage as the other top flight players in United, with The Sun sighting Dimitar Berbatov’s current wage of £100,000 a week as the target Nani is looking at.


 

According to reports, the star winger is currently on £65,000 a week and when his representatives asked to renegotiate this, they were refused.

Sources say Sir Alex Ferguson believes Nani is demanding too much for his worth and if he wants to go elsewhere he should do so.

Ferguson has a history of stubbornness with Manchester United players, the most famous example of this being when he threw a shoe at David Beckham in the dressing room over a disagreement. Reports are also speculating that Ferguson will sell striker Wayne Rooney in the summer because of comments the England international made about Manchester United not being able to attract top flight players in October.

Nani has told close friends he is interested in a move to Spain, with rumours that Real Madrid are interested in the winger and would be willing to pay the wage he desires.

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