Manchester United are running the risk of pricing want-away winger Nani out of a deadline day transfer away from Old Trafford, with neither Inter Milan nor Juventus prepared to meet his £12million valuation, reports the Daily Mail.
The Portuguese international has been heavily linked with a move to Italy this month, after falling out of first-team favour with the Premier League champions.
Red Devils boss David Moyes is prepared to let the 27-year-old leave before the transfer window closes on Friday night, but is holding out for a fee that is a third more than either Serie 'A' club are willing to pay.
Nani is currently sidelined by a hamstring injury that has ruled him out of action since December 7, but it is still believed that Inter or Juve are keen on taking him on loan for the rest of the season, with a view to signing the midfielder permanently in the summer.
However, their refusal to pay £12million for a player that has scored just 41 goals in 226 appearances since joining Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in 2007, has meant the possibility of an agreement being reached is hanging in the balance.
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