Turkish giants Fenerbahce have confirmed that they are in talks with Manchester United over the transfer of Nani, with a medical planned in the coming days.
The Turks announced the deal on their official twitter page and indicated that the player will undergo his medical on Sunday (5 July) following further discussions with the Red Devils over the structure of the payment.
"Fenerbahce has begun to talks with Luis Nani and his club Manchester United to transfer the player," a statement on their official twitter page read.
"Nani will be in Istanbul on Sunday for medical checkup," the statement added.
The Portuguese winger, who spent the entire 2014/15 campaign on loan at his former club Sporting Lisbon, is surplus to requirements at Old Trafford and has been linked with a move away from the club the entire summer.
Nani had a great 2014/15 campaign in Portugal scoring 12 goals and providing eight assists to help sporting qualify for the Champions League, and despite his impressive performances for his former club, they could not afford to make the move permanent due to financial constraints, according to the Telegraph.
Fenerbahce, who were also linked with a move for Robin van Persie, will complete the move for the winger in the coming days, and according to the Daily Mail, the Turkish outfit will offer the player a four-year contract worth £55,000-a-week, which is much lower than his current deal at United. The report also claims that they will pay the 20-times English champions a fee of around £7m ($11m) for the Portuguese international, who still has three-years remaining on his current deal.
Nani will be the fourth United player to leave the club this summer following the departures of Tom Cleverly, Ben Amos and Saidy Janko to Everton, Bolton Wanderers and Celtic respectively.