The Portuguese wide-man fell out of favour at old Trafford last season, with former manager Sir Alex Ferguson questioning his temperament and desire.
With Wilfried Zaha having already been snapped up from Crystal Palace, it’s unclear as to whether the 28-year-old will have a genuine chance of holding down a regular starting berth next season, even though Fergie has been replaced by David Moyes.
This has alerted clubs in Italy, who are keen to offer him a new challenge.
Roma are the latest outfit to register an interest, with reports suggesting that contact between the capital-based club and United has already been made.
Juve and Napoli are also keen, but new Stadio Olimpico coach Rudi Garcia is desperate to make Nani his first major capture.
The player himself could be tempted by a move, with a desire for regular action sure to be high with the 2014 World Cup around the corner.
Nani has shown glimpses of his undoubted talent at old Trafford since joining the Red Devils from Sporting Lisbon in 2007, but has often frustrated fans and his manager by fading in and out of key games.
Does Nani have a future at Old Trafford? Or is it time for him to move on?
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