David Moyes believes that Manchester United will offer Adnan Januzaj a new contract following his loan spell at Sunderland this season.
The 22-year-old was arrived at the Stadium of Light on a season-long loan basis last summer after failing to breach Jose Mourinho’s first team.
Januzaj made 27 appearances for the Black Cats, managing just one goal for a side that has, under the Scot’s tutelage, never looked like staying up.
But Moyes, speaking after a 5-1 defeat to Chelsea, believes that the Belgian still has a future at Old Trafford.
“Januzaj is a really good talent. It wouldn’t surprise me if Manchester United took him back and gave him a new contract,” he said.
The fact that David Moyes was appointed as Manchester United manager on a six year contract – SIX F*****G YEARS! – becomes more surreal and indeed ludicrous with each day that passes.
And his observation of Januzaj, in keeping with that notion, is equally ridiculous: the winger is 22 now, not the teenager that once had so much promise, and he has failed to stand out at the bottom side in the Premier League. And reports suggesting that Mourinho will listen to offers for the Belgian suggests that his days at Old Trafford are numbered.