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Manchester United will consider offers for midfield duo

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Two of Manchester United's most underwhelming stars could be set depart the club this month.

According to the Daily Mail, the Premier League champions will consider bids for midfield duo Anderson and Nani - two players who have hardly set the top-flight alight in recent years.

25-year-old Anderson joined Manchester United from Primeira Liga champions FC Porto for a hefty fee back in 2007, yet he has abjectly failed to live up to to lofty expectations during his subsequent six-year stint at Old Trafford.

This season, one that has seen Manchester United seemingly enter a rapid decline under the tutelage of new manager David Moyes, the Brazilian international has made just four Premier League appearances and it appears as if the underfire Scot will be seeking a dramatic upgrade.

Nani, meanwhile, has enjoyed slightly more success during his own six-year spell in the North West. Joining from Sporting Lisbon as a youngster drawing comparisons with celebrated compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani has show flashes of real quality at times, but unfortunately his career appears to have become stuck in a rut of frustrating inconsistency 

It is unclear just who the suitors might be for the pair, but Serie A champions Juventus have been strongly linked with a move for Nani in recent months.

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