Manchester United winger Nani has opened up about his future and has revealed that leaving the club in the summer isn't a certainty, despite admitting he wants to leave the club.
The Portuguese winger hasn't seen a lot of first-team action this season and has mainly been used as a fringe-player despite being one of their key figures in recent years.
Nani's future is uncertain as the winger heads into his last year of his current contract and it doesn't look like United are willing to offer him an extension after previous talks between the club and the player broke down after Nani asked for a lot more money.
It is reported that Turkish side Galatasaray have already had a £6m bid rejected by United for Nani as the English champions are looking for around £8m for their winger.
His future will certainly be one of the hottest talking points in this summer's transfer window, but the player himself doesn't even know where he will be come next season.
In an interview, Nani admitted that he wouldn't mind staying at Manchester United for another year, but he also knows that he might not be at Old Trafford come mid-August.
"My future? Nothing is certain," he said. "I am calm. I have everything in my hands.
"I am not saying that I will not continue at Manchester United. I will think about what is best for me."
When asked about maybe making a return to his homeland Portugal, Nani ruled out that possibility by claiming it as 'unviable', but admits he has respect for clubs in the country.
"I have respect for the Portuguese clubs, especially Sporting Lisbon but also Benfica and Porto, but I don't think that is viable," the winger added. "I think my level at the moment is different."
In the same interview, Nani gave away a hint about who his next club could be after admitting he would love to play alongside Joao Moutinho, who has just moved from FC Porto to AS Monaco.
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