Manchester United star attracting interest from Serie A duo

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Serie A duo Juventus and Inter Milan are battling it out to sign Manchester United winger Nani, according to The Sun.

Reports emulating from Italy suggested that Nani was in talks with Inter Milan last night over the possibility of the Portuguese winger moving to the Serie A giants before Friday's deadline.

However long-term admirers Juventus are also thought to be keen on bringing the 27-year-old to the Serie A.

Manchester United are reportedly willing to let Nani leave the club before the transfer window slams shut on January 31.

The Premier League champions have slapped a £16million price-tag on Nani and will not let the flamboyant winger leave unless a potential suitor can match their valuation.

Nani, who signed a new five-year deal in September, is no longer a key player at Manchester United due to Juan Mata's arrival at Old Trafford and Adnan Januzaj's promotion to the first-team squad.

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