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MANCHESTER UNITED, Nani: "I want to stay. Van Persie is an added value for us"

16.08.2012 16.30 by Claudio Colla  read 10080
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Despite having been recently drawn towards Anzhi Makhachkala and Real Madrid, Portuguese international winger Nani stated he's absolutely willing to keep playing for Manchester United: "No way I'm leaving, I'm just focused on doing my best with Red Devils shirt. I'll keep playing with my usual resolve, helping the team and earning my own time on the play field. Van Persie will sure be an added value for us". Former 25 years old Sporting Lisbon, playing for Red Devils since 2007/08, is currently on a deal with them until June 2015, and has been tracked by Bayern Munich, Juventus and AC Milan as well.

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