Manchester United star seeks exit after growing tired of Moyes

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Luis Nani is keen to seal a January move away from Old Trafford after growing uneasy under David Moyes, reports Italian newspaper Tuttosport.

The Portuguese winger has been in and out of Manchester United's team this season and is expected to depart in the near future despite signing a new five year deal in the Autumn.

However, there is a growing feeling that the deal was given to Nani so the club could request a big fee for the player instead of allowing him to leave for free in the summer when his previous contract expired.

Juventus were reported to have contacted officials at Old Trafford regarding a €20m move for the midfielder and, according to reports in Italy, Nani is desperate for the move to happen.

Tuttosport report that Nani has grown uneasy with under new manager Moyes and would rather seal an exit in the January transfer window rather than wait for the summer.

Manchester United's move for Juan Mata could have a massive say in whether the move happens in January or not.

United are thought to be closing in on a record deal for the Chelsea midfielder and may allow Nani to leave in order to balance the books.

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