Nani's future hangs in the balance at Manchester United as David Moyes plans a huge exodus of at least seven players to fund his transfer ambitions this summer.
Moyes is yet to make any senior signings for United, but the side have been active in the transfer market and have already pursued both Thiago Alcantara and Cesc Fabregas.
Both transfer targets have so far fallen through but Moyes has big plans for a United clean out in the meantime and is believed to be willing to let go of Anderson, Bebe, Federico Macheda, Anders Lindegaard and Fabio, as well as youth players Ryan Tunnicliffe and Scott Wootton.
Metro claims that Moyes hopes he will be able to get rid of the players from the wage bill in order to be able to attract some of the world's best talent, with Thiago already turning down a move to United in favour of working with a manager with a reputation throughout Europe.
While the paper also claims that Nani is on his list of probable exits, later reports insist that the club have decided against selling the winger and will instead offer him a new contract as he enters the final 12 months of his current deal.
While Nani appeared to be surplus to requirements while Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge, the Daily Mail is reporting that after much deliberation Moyes is willing to give the Portugal international another chance to prove he is capable of being a regular starter.
With the likes of Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young in the current squad, as well recent addition Wilfried Zaha, competition on the wing has become increasingly difficult for Nani since his move to United from Sporting Lisbon in 2007.
Nani featured for United only 21 times last season and if Moyes is willing to give him another chance he will need to be handed more game time as the likes of Arsenal, Juventus, Roma and Anzhi Makhachkala all show interest in signing the Portuguese international.