Manchester United are not ready to pull out of the transfer market despite being one of the biggest spenders in this window. The Red Devils currently have a large overhead of players to cater for and to balance the book, Jose Mourinho to clearing out some players not fit to be in his squad.
According to latest report, Man United have agreed a fee of 10m Euro (around £8.9m) for the transfer of Belgian star winger Adnan Januzaj to La Liga side Real Sociedad.
Januzaj busted into the scenes of Man United’s senior team under the tutelage of Sir Alex Ferguson in the 2012-2013 season but he was not featured until David Moyes took charge of the reigns of United in 2013. The Belgian stalwart gradually staked a claim for a place in the team of United and he was rewarded with a five-year contract extension until 2018, and Ryan Giggs jersey no, 11 was even handed to him.
Nonetheless, managers see players differently and so, the appointment of Luis Van Gaal somewhat ruined the players career. He was sent on loan to Signa Iduna Park with Borrussia Dortmund but the left footer started brightly but eventually found himself on the fringes for Dortmund during matches.
His woes continued last season but on his return from a loan spell with Sunderland this summer, Mourinho granted him the permission to leave the Club. He played 25 times for the Black Cats and failed to find the back of the net.
Real Sociedad will play in the Europa Cup next season and he might revive his career with the Spanish side.