Fenerbahce winger Luis Nani is considering leaving the club after Euro 2016 according to his agent Lucas Brascherini.

Nani will not however, make a decision on his future until after the European Championships are over.

“Nani will make a decision on his future once he is back but he is looking to leave Fenerbahce,” Brascherini was quoted as saying by AS.

The Portuguese international started in the 1-0 victory over Croatia in the Last 16 yesterday and will find out who he plays next after all the second round games are played.

Nani has been closely linked with several Premier League, Serie A and La Liga sides over the past few weeks.

Turkish sports newspaper Fanatik claim that Liverpool are ready to activate Nani’s release clause while rivals Everton have also been closely linked.

Manchester United are understood to have agreed personal terms with Nani according to Turkish media outlet DHA.

United did however, sell Nani to Fenerbahce for less than his release clause fee – €8.5m – last season on a three-year deal.

There is however, confusion over his release clause which is currently €8.5 million. Sources from Turkey claim that Nani’s release clause option runs until the end of June.

Fenerbahce would be able to name their price if his release clause fee does run at the end of the month – unless there is already a deal in place.

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