Nani considers United future

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Manchester United winger Nani is considering his future at Old Trafford despite the offer of a new contract.

The Portuguese star has been linked with a move away from Manchester in recent months, but United have made the 25-year-old a new contract offer to entice him to stay.

United are believed to have agreed to increase his weekly wage from its current level of £90,000 to £130,000 but Nani is still uncertain over his future.

The Portugal international has spent five years at Old Trafford since following Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester from Sporting Lisbon. But, with only 18 months left on his current deal, United may be willing to sell the winger rather than risk him leaving on a free transfer.

Speaking to Portuguese television station RTP, Nani said: “I am really happy but I don’t know about my future. Now I will study opportunities. Football is not only about England or Spain. It is possible to enjoy success in other countries.”

The former-Sporting star has been linked with Serie A champions Juventus recently, but Sir Alex Ferguson is thought to be keen to tie down the pacy winger. Along with Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young, Nani played a large part in providing the service for United’s strikers as the Red Devils looked to pip City to the Premier League title.

“My agent is waiting on news about United. We have presented a counter-offer and now we are waiting on an offer from the club,” said Nani.

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