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Manchester United's on-loan winger Nani has hinted he could have a future at Old Trafford after reminding supporters that he's still a Red Devils player. (Sky Sports)
The Portugal international was speaking to reporters after Sporting Lisbon's Champions League defeat against Chelsea on Tuesday night, where a first-half header from Nemanja Matic secured all three points for Jose Mourinho's side.
Nani was unable to prevent Sporting from losing 1-0, but stated that he's back enjoying his football having been presented with an opportunity for regular action in his homeland.
At the moment it's unclear whether the 27-year-old features in Louis van Gaal's long-term plans, but with more than three years still to run on his £115,000-a-week contract a return to Manchester United should not be ruled out entirely.
Providing Nani performs well consistently for Sporting over the course of the campaign, there's no reason why he can't convince the new Red Devils boss to give him another chance in England.
Manchester United gossip:
Manchester United must speak to James Pallotta if they want to sign Kevin Strootman in January, according to AS Roma manager Rudi Garcia, who directed all enquiries for the midfielder to the Serie 'A' club president. (Guardian)
Louis van Gaal has been credited with an interest in bringing the Holland international to Old Trafford at the turn of the year, but will need to negotiate directly with the man at the top.
Manchester United are finally ready to admit defeat in their long-term chase of Mats Hummels, and have now turned their attention to the World Cup winner's central defensive partner at Borussia Dortmund Neven Subotic. (The Express)
The Red Devils believe they stand far more chance of snaring the Serbia international, as Louis van Gaal attempts to strengthen his back line at Old Trafford when the transfer window reopens in January.
Manchester United will have to pay €35 million if they want to sign Juan Cuadrado as the Colombian winger verges on signing a new contract with Fiorentina. (La Nazione)
The 26-year-old is expected to put pen-to-paper on a new deal at Stadio Artemio Franchi which will include a buyout clause that might just tempt the wide-man's notable list of suitors.
West Ham United youngster Reece Burke has snubbed the advances of Manchester United to sign his first professional contract at Upton Park. (Daily Star)
The 18-year-old defender has attracted interest from a host of Premier League rivals, but Louis van Gaal and co. have been unable to convince him to leave the Hammers.