By all accounts, the sun seems to be setting on Nani's Old Trafford career.
The enigmatic Portuguese winger was voted Manchester United's players' player of the season and was an inclusion in the Premier League's official team of the season only a year and a half ago.
During the 2010/11 campaign, he scored nine vital goals and impressed many with his improved performances from terms past.
But his stock at present couldn't be much lower.
Injury problems and a lack of form have seen Antonio Valencia displace him as the side's first-choice right winger, while an ongoing contract dispute looks to be giving Sir Alex Ferguson all the impetus he needs to look for replacements in January (via Daily Mail).
Here are reasons for and against United offloading Nani in the next transfer window, though naturally, the final decision will rest in the Scotsman's hands.