The winger has said he could still remain at United despite interest from AS Monaco.
Manchester United winger Nani has said that his future is still uncertain according to the Daily Mail.
The winger could leave Old Trafford this summer, with the club set to accept bids of around £8.5 million and many had expected the Portuguese international to leave the club.
However, Nani has now said he could remain at Manchester United and fight for his place.
‘My future? Nothing is certain. I am calm. I have everything in my hands. I am not saying that I will not continue at Manchester United,” said Nani.
Nani hardly featured for United last season partly because of injury and partly because of lack of form leading many to speculate that the winger would leave the club during the summer.
Big spending French club AS Monaco were thought to be interested in Nani and were preparing a bid but now the player could try and impress new Manchester United boss David Moyes.
Nani has polarised opinion during his time at Old Trafford with some seeing the skill and quality that he processes and others seeing how wasteful he can be when in good positions.
It will now depend on what new boss David Moyes sees and whether he will keep the winger at the club or look to cash in.