Nani pledges future
Nani has snubbed interest from clubs in Italy and says he hopes to sign a new contract with Manchester United.
The Portuguese star has impressed this season when firing home 13 goals and such form has caught the eye of AC Milan and Juventus, who are both keen to take him to Serie A. Nani still has two years to run on his current contract and despite the interest he has no intention of leaving and he even hopes to pen a new deal that will run up until 2016. "The manager has immense faith in me and that's all that matters," the winger revealed. "My agent is negotiating with the club on a new deal and things are going very well. "I hope at the end of the season an agreement will be reached." Nani has taken time to settle in England since arriving from Portugal but says Manchester now feels like home and he is happy to stay for the foreseeable future. "I left Portugal for a great personal challenge and to improve as a player," he added. "There have been times when it's not been easy but they treat me well here and, step by step, I am fulfilling my dreams. Manchester United is my home."