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Could Nani Be Leaving?

Quite possibly if you believe the current inference from the tabloid press.

Once again the tabloid press are insinuating that Nani believes he is being forced out of Old Trafford after requests to discuss new contract terms, on a salry that would make him amongst the highest paid at Old Trafford, were not forthcoming.

In fact the situation is being reported that Nani`s agents have twice dropped his demands to secure a new contract and on both occasions the talks have come to nothing.

So, are United preparing to cash in on Nani knowing that Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia can perform more than admirably in the wide positions?



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 17 2012

Time: 11:52AM

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He's a fantastic player on his day and one we should be looking to hold onto however, if rumours are about his salary demands are true and his rejected 130k a week and wants more then boot him out ASAP and set the line again whereby it's our way or the highway. Nani should consider himself lucky his been offered 130k a week, his ability on his day justifies it fair dues but his day doesn't come about consistently enough. There's plenty of players out there who we can get to replace Nani.
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