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Talks ARE Set to Resume!

Any inference that Manchester United, as has appeared on several news sources over the past weeks could be prepared to let Nani go, are a little misguided.

Although Nani`s agents is supposedly trying to get a salary increase for his client, without any success, the latest is that United are preparing to resume talks with the Portuguese forward once Portugal`s Euro 2012 campaign is over, which if the sports hacks are right, could well be in midweek when they face the hot-tips to win the tournament, Spain.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 24 2012

Time: 4:51PM

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Nani's choice is to play at highest level at a very good wage or play for a Malaga or a PSG in 2nd rate leagues at ridiculous wages. If he'd sooner the latter then he's not a United player, he wouldn't possess a Man U mentality. I'd sooner see him leave than hold the club to ransom, get a ridiculous pay rise just to put in inconsistent performances. Prove he's worth the wage then fair enough but until then Nani take what's on offer, it's more than generous.
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24/06/2012 19:28:00

Better yet, give him his demands on the condition that when he plays well enough to deserve the wage pay him, when he disa
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24/06/2012 19:29:00

Disappears from a game don't pay him.
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