Manchester United star Luis Nani has spoken of his fears of being forced out of the club, after twice failing to agree new terms at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese winger still has two years remaining on his current deal, but is hoping to agree a new long-term contract, with increased salary.
However, as reported by the Mirror, the club’s reluctance to give into his demands have raised concerns about the 25 year-old's worth at the club, with his first team spot under constant threat from Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia.
Following the latter’s return from injury, Nani found his first team opportunities limited, with suggestions that the club may be ready to cash in on him.
Nani joined Manchester United in a £25 million deal in 2007 from Sporting Lisbon, and is considered to be at his most valuable after developing rapidly over the past few seasons.
With the likes of Inter Milan rumoured to be interested, it looks like United may look to sell, as they prepare to strengthen other areas of the squad.