Manchester United star: I could leave this summer


Manchester United winger Nani claims he is yet to decide his future with the club after the player has seen limited playing time at Old Trafford this season.

According to reports, the Red Devils' star is unhappy at the club and looks set to make a decision of his future in the next few days.

"I have not yet decided where I am going or if I am going," Nani told RTP. "In the next few days I will decide my future."

Talks over the possibility of a new contract between the two parties have stalled, with the Portuguese international’s current deal expiring next summer. United will need to act fast or face the fact they may be forced to cash in for the winger before risk losing the player for nothing.

Nani has endured a tough campaign at Old Trafford, with a loss of form and numerous injuries seeing the Portuguese international feature in just 11 Premier League matches this season.

With United reportedly setting their sights firmly on Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani could see himself fall further down the pecking order and suffer increasingly less playing time under David Moyes.

Former manager Sir Alex Ferguson defended the Portuguese star on a number of occasions but the arrival of Moyes has further clouded speculations of the player's future.

Manchester United will look to recoup an adequate sum of the £25.5m they paid for Nani when he joined United in 2007 from Sporting Lisbon.

The Portuguese has recently attracted a numerous interest from other clubs including big spenders Monaco, who are financed by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.


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