Portuguese has been in the north west for the past six years now.
New Manchester United head coach David Moyes is prepared to offer mercurial wide man Luis Nani a lifeline to remain at Old Trafford next season, says the Daily Mail.
The inconsistent Portugal international has been in the north west for the past six campaigns now, having originally arrived at the Red Devils from Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon on a five-year deal in June 2007 for a fee of 25.5m euros.
However, it is fair to say that in the intervening six-year period, the 26-year-old has enjoyed more downs than ups in his United career, winning an impressive four Premier League titles and the 2008 Uefa Champions League, but also spending large parts of his time warming the substitutes’ bench.
And in the last campaign under previous United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, the winger featured in only 17 matches overall in all competitions for the club, scoring three goals in the process, including two strikes in just his ten top-flight outings, placing big question marks about Nani’s future in the north west.
But now it appears as though Ferguson’s successor at Old Trafford is happy to give the Portuguese one last chance at the club, despite recent interest in the player from the likes of Monaco, Galatasaray and Anzhi Makhachkala, with Moyes even considering offering Nani a new deal to remain at United beyond next summer.