Date: 23rd December 2013 at 3:16am
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After their flirtation with him in the summer, Juventus may finally be ready to make a move for Nani according to Abola.

Prior to the Portuguese winger signing a new long term deal, Juventus were linked with a cut price move for the 27 year old that failed to materialise.

With Nani remaining at Old Trafford past the transfer window’s closure, he signed a new deal running to 2018, meaning Juventus will have to part with some serious money to take him to Juventus Stadium.

But Juventus manager Antonio Conte isn’t concerned and is believed to be a fan of the mercurial winger, believing he will add something different to his side after their disappointing exit from the Champions League in the group stage.

The article claims that Juve are not put off by Nani’s €4m a year wages, and will look to take advantage of Nani’s uncertain position in new manager David Moyes’ plans.


5 responses to “Italy Calling For United Star As Bid Is Expected”

  1. ak says:

    Nani is good and should playing him regularly so that he can develop well and re get his form when ronaldo left united. He was our best men after the departure of ronaldo. But i don’t know wat the problem sir alex rest him in bench after so many year. That he become like dormant player. But he will be back if he played regularly.

  2. ak says:

    Same for chicharito also these player should not rest them in bench regular. They become dormant and loss faith in themself. They must played regularly and get in every action then they will give good performance.

  3. ak says:

    Last please moyes played fabio its time now to over take evra now like rafael did for g.neville.

  4. akash says:

    I hope to see fabio in hull city or norwich match. These two small evra can rest and played fabio and buttner

  5. akash says:

    If there any young talent that moyes should bring to old trafford i will said bring ross barkley to united. Send buttner and anderson to agree the deal. And buy two central midfielder and 1 central defender.