Manchester United star could leave in £20m+ player deal

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Serie A giants Juventus are weighing up a sensational package to lure Nani away from Manchester United, according to reports.

French newspaper Le 10 Sport, citing Italian source Tuttosport, is claiming that Juve are interested in bringing in the United flop , who is expected to depart Old Trafford in January despite only recently penning a new five-year deal.

It is believed that the Italian side are weighing up a winter transfer window loan deal for Nani, with a view for eventually bringing him in on a permanent deal worth £20million and Mirko Vucinic.

Many United fans would no doubt be happy to see this deal go through as their Portuguese winger spends the majority of his time on the bench, having failed to fulfil his potential under either Sir Alex Ferguson or David Moyes.

Nani signed a lucrative new contract at the start of September which significantly raises his sell-value, but with a number of clubs, including Juventus and Spanish surprise package Atletico Madrid, eyeing his services it's thought that he will be departing before too long.

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