Manchester United have added some exciting additions to the squad already this summer, with Jose Mourinho looking to mould and build the team into his style of play. Alongside those incomings, there are bound to be casualties and a couple of faces could be about to exit through the Old Trafford doors.
The news comes from the Sunday Mirror, who say former Manchester United manager David Moyes is planning a double raid, with both Marouane Fellaini and Adnan Januzaj on his radar.
Sunderland’s new gaffer would like to sign both on permanent deals, but admit it may be difficult as United would be after a combined £45million for the pair. Fellaini is valued at £20million by Edward Woodward, whereas he sees Januzaj as worth somewhere close to the £25million mark.
Moyes and Fellaini have a rich history together. The Scottish coach has already signed the big Belgian twice in his managerial career, and now he could be looking to make it a hat-trick if he can lure the 28-year-old up North.
You feel that a permanent deal for Januzaj would be much more difficult as he is clearly talented. However, a loan move could be a good option for all involved; Sunderland would be getting a great player, Januzaj would be getting experience and United will receive an improved player in twelve months time.