Manchester United set to offer Nani & Anderson to land Dutch Star

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Updated: December 1, 2013
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Manchester United are believed to be ready to renew their interest in Wesley Sneijder and could offer both Nani and Antonio Valencia to land the Dutch star.

The Galatasaray has longed been linked with a switch to Old Trafford failing to agree a move in the summer of 2010.

The 29 year old was also the subject of a bid from David Moyes in the summer but that was rejected but undeterred the Scot is planning another bid in January.

However rather that offer cash for the star, Moyes is hoping to offload two stars that has failed to impress him this season, Portuguese star Nani and fellow winger Valencia.

According to the Daily Express, Galatasaray boss Roberto Mancini could be tempted by a deal for the pair although he would need to offload another foreign born player in his squad to make room for the duo.

The Turkish giants have reportedly introduced a new transfer policy that will going forward have more of an emphasis on youth but they would make an exception for Nani and Valencia, 27 and 28 respectively.

Despite United’s and Galatasaray’s supposed interest in striking a deal, there is still some way to go before Sneijder is seen in the Premier League.

The former Inter Milan star recently said:  ”I’m going nowhere, you’re going to keep seeing me in a red and yellow shirt.”

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  1. Salami yaqub

    12/05/2013 at 12:10 pm

    Unite must not ignore to spend sensational money in transfer market in january bcos to be in top 4 talkless of claim there title is goin to be difficault we stil have long way to go both eurnpe and premier laague

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