Juventus are lining up a summer swoop for Manchester United winger Nani after failing in their attempts in January, according to reports in Italy. Antonio Conte is looking to add more options to his squad and is eager to act quickly in the market due to apparent interest from fellow Italian clubs. Last week, Tuttosport claimed Inter Milan were keen to make a move for Nani after the World Cup, for a fee in the region of 12million. Juventus were said to be close to sealing a loan deal for Nani in January but the move fell through at the last minute due to a disagreement with United over the terms of the deal. Nani has suffered recurring injuries which have limited his first team opportunities since David Moyes took over. Regardless, the Portuguese star is not expected to be part of the United manager’s plans when he reaches full fitness.