Adnan Januzaj (Picture: manutd.com)

Moyes wants Januzaj loan deal

New Sunderland manager and ex Manchester United manager, David Moyes, wants to take Adnan Januzaj on loan for the season.

David Moyes is set to enquire over a loan deal to bring Januzaj, 21, to the Stadium of Light. Sunderland wanted to sign the Belgium international last season before his loan move to Borussia Dortmund.

The young Belgian’s loan to the German club was anything but successful making only 6 appearances for Dortmund and having his loan deal cut short in January.

Januzaj made his full debut for United against Sunderland, under David Moyes, back in 2013 scoring twice in a 2-1 win for United. He was one of the few positives to come out of David Moyes tenure at United with his performances being met with rave reviews and greeted with great positivity and optimism from United fans.

However since then his career at United has stalled with a string of poor performances and the arrivals of Memphis Depay and Anthony Martial.

David Moyes wants to sign Januzaj and build a squad capable of more than fighting relegation with Adnan Januzaj hoping to kick start his career under the manager that gave him his Premier League debut. If he can secure a loan move away from Old Trafford this season then it will surely be his last chance to impress Mourinho and convince him that he deserves a place at United.

Is a loan move the right thing for Januzaj and United or would a permanent move away be better for both player and club? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Terry Saunders

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Loan move to a Premiership club in the lower half of the table, with a manager who knows him, would be a perfect move for him. He needs to be… Read more »