The Sun have today reported that Nani is prepared to drop his wage demands in an attempt to save his future at Old Trafford. The Portuguese winger had wanted to massively increase his £90,000-a-week contract but after the club made it clear that this was not possible, he has now nervously lowered his wants.
After a disappointing showing against Everton on Monday night, I took a look earlier on HITC Sport asking where it has all gone wrong for the midfielder?
United host Fulham tomorrow as they look to bounce back after their first opening day defeat in eight years. Sir Alex Ferguson gives the latest team news as reported by the club's official website. Jonny Evans is unlikely to make a comeback, and new signing Alexander Buttner could be handed a debut meaning Patrice Evra would fill the gap in central defence.
BBC Sport run with the story that the Red Devils will not be making any more summer transfers after they completed the signing of striker Angelo Henriquez. United can be pretty pleased with their additions during the transfer window though, after secuting the services of former Arsenal captain van Persie, midfielders Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell plus left-back Alexander Buttner.
Despite this the Mail claimed this morning United could make a shock swoop for Dutch playmaker Rafael van der Vaart who is thought to be open to a move away from Tottenham.
Javier Hernandez took to life at Old Trafford like a duck to water in his first season in England but after a disappointing time last term and after the signings of van Persie and Henriquez plus the forever improving Danny Welbeck, A Different League discuss how the Mexican has to prove himself again at United in what could be a defining year in his career.
Finally, Here Is The City writer Dan Coombs discusses how Manchester United haven't but should go for Liverpool-bound Nuri Sahin while Nestor Rodrigues asks what might have been at the club if it wasn't for Sir Alex, David Beckham and the flying boot.
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