Manchester United winger Nani has grown disillusioned at the lack of urgency by the club over his contract, The Daily Mail report.
The Portugal international has two years left on his current deal at Old Trafford and was widely expected to sign an extension his summer.
However, with no agreement reached as yet Nani is said to be considering his options and feels that United are not treating the situation with enough urgency.
“Nani wants to stay but is feeling a little unloved,’ a source is quoted as saying.
“He hasn’t given up on a new contract but is upset that there hasn’t been greater urgency shown by United. At the moment he is not in a great frame of mind.”
Real Madrid and Juventus are said to be keeping tabs on the situation.
By Gareth McKnight