By Alex Taylor
Liverpool target Luis Nani is unhappy at Turkish club Fenerbahçe, according to reports.
The report suggests the 29-year-old is unhappy with his role in the side and is not willing to work under Portuguese manager Vitor Pereira again next season.
Nani’s agent Lucas Brascherini was quoted by AS, saying: “Nani will make a decision on his future once he is back but he is looking to leave Fenerbahce.”
The skillful winger bagged 13 goals and 12 assists in the 2015-16 season and continued his good form on at the European Championships with Portugal this summer, scoring twice to help guide his country into the Quarter Finals.
Nani is currently contracted to Fenerbahçe until June 2018 but could be tempted by a move back to the Premier League amid reports there is a £7million release clause in his contract.
It remains unclear whether Nani would reject a possible move to Liverpool having spent seven years at arch rivals Manchester United, winning four Premier League titles in the process.
The pacy forward has won 13 major trophies since his emergence with Sporting Lisbon in 2006 including, League Cup, Champions League and Club World Cup medals.
In other Liverpool news, the Reds have completed the signing of Sadio Mane from Southampton for a club-record fee.