Manchester United exit likely - Nani's agent

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The agent of Manchester United winger Nani has confirmed that an Old Trafford exit this summer is likely, but warned that the player's salary could prevent a move to Serie 'A'.

Speaking exclusively to, the Portugal international's representative explained that despite the probable financial restrictions all of Nani's transfer options would be considered during the summer.

"Nani is a very important player and at this time the only thing I can say is that he is likely to leave Manchester," confirmed Andrea Pastorello.

"The problem for Fiorentina and the other Italian clubs is the player's salary. Surely we will evaluate all bids."

Pastorello also made a point of emphasising the strength of relationship the 27-year-old's camp has with Manchester United, even after falling down the first-team pecking order under new Red Devils boss David Moyes.

"Our relationship with United is great," he continued. "Fiorentina have to speak with Manchester United about Anderson and maybe it will be an opportunity to talk about Nani too."

Nani made his first appearance since early December after recovering from injury this weekend, coming off the bench in Manchester United's 4-0 victory over Newcastle United at St James' Park on Saturday.

Whilst his future looks certain to lie away from Old Trafford, it still remains to be seen where the wide-man will actually be playing his football next season.

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