Manchester United’s major rebuild of the current squad is well underway, with Louis van Gaal trying to mould the squad to fit his famous philosophy, whilst bringing new faces in but also letting some big names leave.
According to The Sun, Manchester United are preparing to sell Luis Nani to the Turkish side Fenerbahce for a mere £6million, claim The Sun.
The Portugal international spent last season on loan with Sporting Lisbon after Louis van Gaal struggled to find a place for the 28-year old, and a permanent move away from Old Trafford is in the offing this summer.
It always seems like that when United sell their fringe players they always get extremely low fees.
Shinji Kagawa was sold for £5million last year, and £6million for Nani with that long left on his bumper contract would be a bit of a joke, but we do need to get his wages off our bill if he isn’t going to play.
At the end of the day, Fenerbahce would be a good move for Nani. He’ll get regular football along with he chance to win trophies.
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