Moyes favourite on a free

Adnan Januzaj, a David Moyes favourite, is set to be available for absolutely nothing this summer.

The Belgium international has won 15 caps but made his breakthrough at Manchester United when Moyes was in the dugout at Old Trafford.

In that ill-fated 2013/14 season, Januzaj made 35 appearances for United, and even went on to play for Sunderland on loan when Moyes was in charge at the Stadium of Light.

He has since been with Real Sociedad, moving to the Spanish club in 2017 and has gone on to make 168 appearances for the club but he is now poised to leave at the end of his contract.

Reports in Spain have claimed that he could be an option for Barcelona as well as Roma, but Moyes’ Hammers are also said to be interested in doing a deal for the winger.

It remains to be seen if Januzaj will be willing to come back to England but he has worked under Moyes twice before and it seems as though this would be an easy deal to do.

Keep an eye on this one.

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5 comments on “Moyes favourite on a free

  1. I’d take him . An upgrade on Vlasic and Yarmolenko

  2. “Available for absolutely nothing” Even that’s far too much.

    For a right winger/ forward utility player, his goals and assist stats are beyond woeful. He’s not now, nor ever has been anywhere near good enough.

    The calibre of players we are getting associated with is beginning to become quite alarming – Let’s just hope it’s all media speculation and not based in any kind of reality.

  3. And that just about sums up Moyes…….. another shocking transfer

  4. Is it April 1st? Surely this has to be filed along with the Juan Mata rumour. Young and hungry? More like Moyes counting the pennies in his jar, if there is any truth in this. I’d prefer to keep Vlasic and Benrahma if the manager played to their strengths and in their best positions on the pitch.

  5. So he was quite good a decade ago? Whoopee doo rush him in. Strewth!!

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