Champions hope to tie down Belgian starlet.
Manchester United are set to offer young Belgian ace Adnan Januzaj a new five year deal in a bid to secure his long term future to the club, the Daily Mail reports.
The 18-year-old’s current deal is set to expire at the end of the season and he has reportedly already began to attract attention from the likes of Juventus, Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
New United boss David Moyes has been impressed with the forward, though, and wants to act fast in order to keep him at the club and not lose out on letting him join one of their European rivals for nothing next summer.
Januzaj is reportedly already one of the highest earning youngsters at Old Trafford and United are said to be putting the finishing touches to a new deal that will recognise the emergence of Januzaj as the club’s most exciting young talent after an impressive pre-season under the new manager.
Although Januzaj appears to be on the verge of breaking into the Champion’s first-team – he also appeared in the Community Shield win over Wigan – it is understood that United would prefer him to leave on loan this season to continue his development.