NANI EYES NEW MAN UNITED DEAL

Manchester United winger Nani has confirmed that he is in talks over a new long-term deal.

Last Updated: 29/04/12 at 12:14 Post Comment   

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Nani: Happy to stay at Old Trafford

Nani: Happy to stay at Old Trafford

Manchester United winger Nani has confirmed that he is in talks over a new long-term deal and he cannot see any reason to leave Old Trafford.

The 25-year-old has two years left on his current deal, but he is more than happy to commit to the club for the rest of his career.

Nani has previously been linked with moves away from the club, with interest in Italy and Spain, but he says he has no intention of looking elsewhere.

"The manager has immense faith in me and that's all that matters," he said.

"My agent is negotiating with the club on a new deal and things are going very well.

"I hope at the end of the season an agreement will be reached. Manchester United is my home.

"I left Portugal for a great personal challenge and to improve as a player.

"There have been times when it's not been easy but they treat me well here and, step by step, I am fulfilling my dreams."

Nani insists that he loves working under Sir Alex Ferguson.

"He is a great coach. For me, the best in the world. But I have trembled in his presence when he hasn't been happy," he said.

"I remember some games when we had won by two or three goals and he still wasn't happy.

"It seemed like we had lost. He's not someone you want to argue with."

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