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Nani shoots down exit talk

Manchester United winger Nani has denied that he is considering leaving the club in order to continue his career in Italy.

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The Guardian reported on Tuesday morning that Nani has spoken to his family and agent Jorge Mendes to explore the possibility of joining a Serie A club, potentially as early as this summer.

The loss of Nani would be a substantial blow to United given he has enjoyed a superb season in the Premier League, scoring nine goals and claiming 13 assists for the league leaders.

However, Nani took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to inform his 100,000+ followers that he is not hoping to leave Old Trafford.

"I've seen some false reports on the press," Nani wrote. "I want you to know that you will hear the truth from me. Love MU."

Nani joined United from Sporting Lisbon in 2007 and signed a new four-year contract last season.

He has been declared fit to face Marseille in the second leg of the Champions League last-16 tie on Tuesday night after recovering from a gashed leg sustained following a tackle from Liverpool's Jamie Carragher.

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