London, Nov 14(ANI): Italian football giants Juventus and AC Milan are both hoping to snare Portuguese winger Nani after he revealed that he was having problems adjusting to the management style of Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Both clubs are keeping a tab on the 22-year-old following his scathing attack on Ferguson.
Juventus is keen on a January swoop and could even attempt a loan deal with an option to buy Nani at the end of the season for around 15million pounds.
Milan is looking in an end-of- season deal for around the same fee to replace David Beckham once his six-month loan from LA Galaxy expires, The Sun reports.
With Cristiano Ronaldo moving on to Real Madrid in the summer, it was supposed to be Nani's breakthrough season at United. It was the chance to justify his 17 million pound price tag and prove that the last two seasons were merely a learning curve following his arrival from Sporting Lisbon in May 2007.
Three months into the season, Nani has patently failed to prove anything. He has just scored a goal in 12 games. (ANI)