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Jose Mourinho wants former Manchester United star to make shock return at Old Trafford


Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants to bring Nani back to Old Trafford, Turkish news agency Dogan News Agency has revealed.

Nani left the club last summer after former boss Louis van Gaal made it clear there was no place for him in his squad.

But Mourinho has other ideas and wants to sign the experienced winger this summer.

Everton and Atletico Madrid are also interested.

In April, Nani hit out at Louis van Gaal and his assistant for the way they treated the players during training sessions.

"He and his assistant would shout at players like we were kids, like 18-year-olds," Nani told the Sunday Times.

"And I would think, 'This is not the way to treat us because I am professional. I am training every day, and I am doing nothing wrong'.

"It's difficult to play football when somebody is saying 'Come on! You must pass the ball like this, blah, blah, blah.' It's crazy, because football is instinct and decision. It's what you see."

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