Manchester United midfielder Nani could be on his way out of Old Trafford if he stalls on signing a new contract, according to The Sun.
The Portuguese winger has 18 months left on his current deal, and has been offered a significant pay rise from £90,000 a week to a four-year £130,000 a week contract.
However, Manchester United are reportedly not prepared to negotiate, and should Nani stall on signing the offer on the table, United will consider bids for the player.
The Portugal international joined Sir Alex Ferguson's side in 2007 and has gone on to make over 120 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils.
The United winger has not enjoyed as successful a season as his 2010-11 campaig,n and has been forced to compete with Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young for a starting place on the wing.
However, he remains a highly talented player and Ferguson is thought to be keen to keep hold of the winger.
If Nani rejects the take-it-or-leave-it offer on the table, United will likely demand at least £30m for the player who has been coveted by teams in Serie A and La Liga.