Manchester United are open to letting Adnan Januzaj leave but will only accept a loan deal according to the Daily Mail.
The report claims that United want to avoid getting into another situation like they experienced with Paul Pogba.
Juventus snapped Pogba for next to nothing four-years ago and sold him back to United for over £100 million just last week.
United want to avoid selling another highly rated youngster and having to pay an exceptionally high price for a player they could have loaned out.
Januzaj was highly regarded by United legend Sir Alex Ferguson when he was signed from Anderlecht aged 18.
“Adnan is a beautifully balanced player,” Ferguson was quoted as saying by the Telegraph.
“He’s only 18 and has to grow into his frame but he has good balance, good acceleration and is a very good technical player.”
The Belgium international has however, struggled at United retirement of Alex Ferguson and was sent out on a temporary move to Borussia Dortmund last season.
Januzaj is now being linked with a loan transfer to Sunderland according to the Daily Mail who are managed by his former manager David Moyes.
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