Nani's stay at Old Trafford is, at most, 12 months long from this point.
When he signed from Sporting Lisbon he was a phenomenon—an electric winger capable of a wonder goal, desperate for more playing time under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Fast forward several years and the Portuguese wideman has gone stale, desperate for a move away with just a year left on his current contract.
Where could Nani go this summer?
Juventus have been truly stunted by a lack of wide men over the last season or so.
While Antonio Conte mastered the 3-5-2 formation that allowed the Old Lady to dominate Serie A opposition, they were shown up in the UEFA Champions League.
A proper winger would allow him to explore new formations, new defensive systems and more strike partnerships. Simone Pepe's injury ensured he couldn't toy with those things this time around.
Ian Ladyman of The Daily Mail has suggested Juventus are a suitor in the race for Nani.
The aforementioned Daily Mail report also names Monaco as a potential suitor, and with the cash they've got, who isn't a target for them?
The nouveau-riche club could use a wideman to add to their world-class assembly of recruits, and Nani certainly fits the bill in this regard.
James Rodriguez, Radamel Falcao and Nani as a front three, anyone?
Chief Unal Aysal has admitted the club cannot offer any more, and suggests the price to secure the Portuguese talent is close to the €10 million mark.
Turkey is a well-known destination for top-league players who need a change of scenery—á la Ricardo Quaresma, Dirk Kuyt—and it wouldn't be surprising to see Nani plying his trade in the Super Liga in 2013-14.
Before the culmination of the 2012-13 season, Nani's future was already in doubt.
The Daily Mail clocked Paris Saint-Germain's interest as early as April, but reported a difference in both valuations and wage demands.
PSG remains a viable destination for the Portuguese winger, as they are one of the only clubs in world football who would be willing to pay his weekly pay packet.
With just 12 months left on his deal, Manchester United will need to bow to an offer of some kind, else risk losing him for free.