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Nani: Only God knows my fate at United

Manchester United star Nani has admitted that he does not know if he has a long term future at the club stating "Only God knows what awaits me".

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The Portugese winger has been clouded by transfer speculation, which has only been fuelled by the fact he has started just five of his side's 12 matches so far this season.

Juventus have been strongly linked to the player, and he has reportedly had a falling out with United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, but Nani believes his fate is out of his hands.

"Only God knows what awaits me," Nani told The Sun.

He dispelled any talk that his absence was fitness related, stating he was in perfect health.

"I am in perfect condition - I am physically good and feeling confident. I am the same Nani as always," Nani said.

Nani has seen himself slip down the pecking order so far this season with the arrival of Shinji Kagawa. However Nani replaced the Japanese star after he went off injured in Tuesday's Champions League clash with Braga and the injury may be just the opportunity he needs to reclaim his place in Ferguson's starting XI.

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