Adnan Januzaj has signed a five-year contract worth £9.8 million with Spanish club Real Sociedad, ending his six year spell at Manchester United, reports BBC.
The 22-year-old failed to impress Jose Mourinho, prompting the United boss to rule him out of his plans for next season and left him out of the squad that traveled to United States for their pre-season tour.
Januzaj was tipped to become a Man United star after bursting onto the scene with incredible performances. He had his debut under David Moyes in 2013 in the match against Sunderland where he scored two goals and went on to make 27 appearances but has fallen down the pecking order since then.
Loan spells at Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland did close to nothing to arrest the situation. The Belgian was sent out on loan to Borussia Dortmund by Louis van Gaal where he made only six appearances and linked up with David Moyes last season following his season-long loan move to Sunderland where he failed to score in 25 games as the Black Cats got relegated from the Premier League.
The winger joined Man United from Belgian side Anderletch in 2011, aged 16 and put pen to paper on a five-year contract extension in 2013. He scored five goals and assisted another six in 63 games across all competitions for Man United.