To be honest, Nani never really had too much of a chance at Manchester United, if you really think about it.
He was faced with the task of taking the place of one of the current generation's greatest players of all time: Cristiano Ronaldo.
Any player would have had trouble trying to fill those boots, not just Nani, but to be fair, he did have his moments in the sun when it was thought that he could be the next great Portuguese left winger for the Red Devils.
However, it appears that those wishes have become all but a pipe dream, with the club set to finally cut their losses after several seasons of hoping for a new Ronaldo but only getting a Nani.
In Nani's defense, he would more than likely have been considered a good player. But at Manchester United, good does not cut it in the absence of greatness.