Juventus to renew interest in Manchester United winger in summer

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Juventus are set to renew their interest in Manchester United winger Nani at the end of the season, according to talkSPORT.

The Portuguese international was heavily linked with a move to Italy in January, but the Serie 'A' giants failed to meet the Premier League champions' valuation.

After making a bid late in the window, negotiations broke down after Juventus refused to pay the fee that United desired.

Red Devils boss David Moyes is understood to be open to the idea of letting Nani leave Old Trafford, despite blocking the advances of a number of his suitors last month.

Now, reports in Italy suggest Antonio Conte will test Manchester United's resolve with another bid for the wide-man in the summer.

The 27-year-old is currently sidelined by a hamstring injury, but was retained for the remainder of the campaign after Moyes allowed Wilfried Zaha to join Cardiff City on loan for the rest of 2013/14.

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