Manchester United winger Nani is currently looking at the prospect of extending his current deal with the club according to his agent.
There have been reports over the summer that the Portuguese winger will consider a move away from the club after failing to agree terms over a new deal. It was thought that Nani was demanding a contract worth around £ 100,000 per week, which was quickly opposed by Manchester United. As a result, he was thought to be demanding a move away from the club with the likes of Italian champions Juventus showing great interest in the former Sporting Lisbon winger.
The 25-year-old, though, now looks likely to stay at Old Trafford after his agent has revealed that he is currently negotiating a contract with Manchester United. It is expected that he may agree a deal that pays him £ 80,000 per week, but the salary is significantly compensated much better in way of performance related bonuses. Nani is set to return to the Manchester United pre-season training after missing out on the initial few matches due to the extended break he received after the end of the Euro 2012. Nani made it into the semifinals of the competition with the Portuguese national team.
“We will see. I am very happy at Man United and have been there five years and won every title. The manager has great faith in me and that’s what is important. My agent is negotiating and we’ll see what happens. It hurt to miss the league title in the last minutes, City had incredible luck that day. Hopefully next season is our turn and it’s up to us to make that happen,” said Nani. He has also said that his main priority will be to recapture the title from Manchester city.