Juventus are ready to renew their interest in Manchester United winger Nani, as soon as the transfer window reopens in January, reports the London Metro.
The Portuguese international signed a new five-year contract with the Premier League champions at the start of the season, but that has done little to deter Antonio Conte in his attempt to lure the player to Italy.
Red Devils boss David Moyes has offered Nani more regular action since succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford during the summer, but the 27-year-old still hasn't cemented his place in the first-team.
With 10 appearances made in 2013/14 - compared to 21 during the entirety of last season - the former Sporting Lisbon star has seen a significant improvement in playing time this campaign, but could become a regular starter if he were to sign for the Serie 'A' champions.
However, one downside to leaving Manchester United for Juventus would be the lack of Champions League football, after Conte's side made a surprise group stage exit from Europe's elite club competition.
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