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Reports Confirm Man United Star Set To Be Ditched In January, With Premier League Duo And David Moyes Circling

Adnan Januzaj could be loaned out in January to get more first-team football…

Reports in the Daily Mirror have confirmed that Manchester United are preparing to loan out starlet Adnan Januzaj, rather than risk him growing frustrated with his lack of first-team football.

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The Belgian, who turns 20 in February, has attracted interest from home and abroad after struggling to break into Louis van Gaal’s side so far this season. Januzaj was a key man for David Moyes last season, but has enjoyed less game time at Old Trafford this term.

According to the source, former United boss David Moyes wants to take him to Real Sociedad and there have been enquiries from Italian giants Inter Milan, who are managed by ex-Man City manager Roberto Mancini.

However, United may well prefer the player to gain experience at another Premier League club, and they shouldn’t find it hard to stir up interest in the player, who scored four goals in 35 games last season, but has yet to net this season.

Hull boss Steve Bruce, with his Old Trafford connections, could be ready to pounce as he looks to improve his squad for a relegation battle, while Everton could also be interested, and can offer European football.

Januzaj earned a five-year contract last season when he excelled under Moyes and even found himself being tipped to play for England before electing to represent Belgium, but he has endure a more stop-start campaign this time around.

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