Luis Nani, who had looked like he would be heading out of Manchester United this summer, has stated a claim to fight for his place at the club as it is reported that the Premier League Champions have turned down several bids for the winger.
Through-out the summer it seemed that Monaco would be the club the Nani would be moving too in a £10million deal, a move that the player and club last week were not willing to comment on.
Nani, now 26, is keen to sign a brand new deal to commit his future at Old Trafford after it seemed he would be heading out of the door.
The Portuguese winger missed Manchester United’s pre-season tour of Asia and Australia as he recovered from nose surgery, but after playing and scoring two goals in each game against Barnsley and Crewe is more than ready to get going again.
Speaking after the Crewe game, Nani said:
“I hope to win the league again and, for my personal wishes, I want to be at my best and score a lot of goals. Like I said, I just need to be at my best and then everything will come together
It was confirmed this evening in the Guardian, that Manchester United have indeed turned down ‘several’ bids down for Luis Nani, the only player the club are willing to sell is Bebe.