Italian giants Juventus have made a move to try and sign Nani from Manchester United, according to the Daily Mirror.

David Moyes is ready to sell the Portuguese winger, who has been at the club since 2007, and Sporting Lisbon are also in the hunt to resign him.

Sporting are ready to offer a loan move with a view to a permanent transfer in the summer, with Nani keen to move on to play regular first team football ahead of the World Cup.

But Juventus have emerged as contenders for his signature, and have already made an approach to Nani’s representatives over the possibility of a move to Turin.

Nani only signed a new deal at Old Trafford earlier in the season, but injuries and a dip in form have seen him struggled for regular first team action.

Moyes has made no secret of his desire to start a clear out at the Premier League champions, and the 27-year-old could be the next big name to be sold to Italy.

Brazilian midfielder Anderson was sent on loan to Fiorentina earlier in the week.

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