Manchester United are set to allow winger Adnan Januzaj to go out on loan in January to gain regular first-team action after finding opportunities limited at Old Trafford, according to the Daily
Januzaj broke into the team last season and made an immediate impression, becoming a regular in a side that largely struggled under David Moyes. This time around, current boss Louis van Gaal has preferred the likes of Antonio Valencia and record signing Angel Di Maria, although a recent injury to the latter has not paved the way for Januzaj to return to the side.
Despite having previously stated that he would prefer to remain at Old Trafford and try and impress van Gaal with strong performances for the reserves, a decision regarding that could be out of the 19-year-old’s hands, and Moyes is reportedly keen on a reunion at Real Sociedad, who are said to be in the running alongside Inter and Napoli.
Since breaking into the side, Januzaj has scored four goals in 46 appearances for United in all competitions, with his impact last season earning him a place in Belgium’s World Cup squad.
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