Transfer news: Manchester United winger Nani could be in line for Inter Milan loan switch
Unwanted winger could be on his way to the San Siro
Thursday 30 January 2014
Inter Milan are interested in taking Manchester United winger Nani on loan, according to reports.
Although the Portuguese is currently out for two more weeks with a hamstring injury, Inter are still thought to be keen.
It is understood that they would favour a loan move with the option to buy written in, although they are also reportedly prepared to offer Fredy Guarin.
Italian media have also reported that Juventus could be interested in Nani as well.
The 27-year-old is thought to be willing to leave United having seen his first team opportunities lessen recently.
The winger has made 226 appearances for United, scoring 41 goals since he signed from Sporting Lisbon in 2007.
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