Adnan Januzaj’s time as a Red Devil looks to be over. That’s according to the Manchester Evening News, who writes that the flop is all set for a permanent move away, with him heading to Real Sociedad in the Spanish La Liga.
The now 22-year-old made a stunning start to life at Manchester United, by scoring two goals on debut to give us a victory over Sunderland. For the rest of that season, he took the Premier League by storm.
However, since that point, he has vanished into mediocrity and he’s never really looked like pulling on the famous Red jersey again. A couple of failed loan moves definitely didn’t help his case, but when he’s not even starting for Sunderland who eventually were relegated, you don’t hold out much hope for him making it at the Theatre of Dreams.
It is a shame because he clearly has all the attributes to become a top player. But, you feel it is the correct decision to let him move on permanently. Perhaps he’ll get a new lease of life with Sociedad and rediscover that scintillating form he once showed he is capable of. For that reason, I wouldn’t mind it if Jose Mourinho snuck a buy-back clause into his contract.