Portuguese has been in the north west since 2007.
Unsettled Manchester United midfield player Luis Nani will make a final decision on his Old Trafford future this weekend, says the Daily Star.
The skilful Portugal international has been in the north west for the past six seasons now, having originally signed for the Premier League giants from Portuguese outfit Sporting Lisbon for 25.5 million euros on a five-year deal in June 2007.
However, despite some initial early promise, the 26-year-old was only used as a bit-part player last season under previous United head coach Sir Alex Ferguson, featuring in just 17 matches in all competitions for the club, scoring three times, including two strikes in his ten Premier League contests.
And with a contract with the Red Devils that runs until June 30 2014, the top-flight champions are determined to offload the wide man when the summer transfer window finally reopens for business once again on July 1 for a fee of £8.5m, with Nani believed to be considering bids from Sporting, Benfica, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.