Luis Nani
Luis NaniReuters

Manchester United star Luis Nani's agent has revealed that the winger is looking to leave Old Trafford in the summer.

The Portuguese international has seen only limited first team appearances, as poor form coupled with injuries has kept him out of action this season. The 27-year-old came on as a substitute during United's 4-0 victory over Newcastle United at St James' Park last Saturday.

Prior to that, Nani made his last appearance for David Moyes' side during their 1-0 defeat at the hands of Newcastle at Old Trafford last December. He has only made nine appearances in the Premier League, and is yet to score or manage an assist this season.

The winger had signed a long-term deal after the start of the season. Despite that, the Portuguese star's agent Andrea Pastorello has confirmed that his client is looking to leave the club at the end of the season.

"Nani is a very important player and at this time the only thing I can say is that he is likely to leave Manchester. The problem for Fiorentina and other Italian clubs is the player's salary. But we will evaluate all bids," Sky Sports quoted Pastorello as saying.

"Our relationship with United is great. Fiorentina have to speak with Manchester United about Anderson and maybe there will be an opportunity to talk about Nani too."

Moyes takes his men to face Bayern Munich in the second leg of the Champions League quarter final at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday. The first leg between the two clubs at Old Trafford ended in a 1-1 draw.

Bayern star Philipp Lahm has insisted that Pep Guardiola's side will not change their approach for the European fixture against the Premier League giants.

"We all look forward to games like these. We'll go into the game absolutely determined to reach the semi-finals. And we will do what we always do. Through our own possession, we do not let anything happen to our goal," Lahm explained.

"We have spoken about the goal we conceded in Manchester. As a team we are very good in zonal marking. Normally. So, of course, we have spoken about this and trained on it during the week. Manchester had only one chance."