Manchester United All Set To Complete A Loan Benefiting Both Club And Player

What did Manchester United learn from the Paul Pogba saga? Never let your young ones leave easily without a fight.

Looks like the Red Devils have taken the lesson to heart and while they have spent a huge amount of money on transfers this season, the club will not let go of their promising young stars leave the club permanently. According to Daily Star, Jose Mourinho is finding it difficult to place Adnan Januzaj in the team and is ready to let the player go. However, the club has decided to let the Belgian go out on a loan rather than a permanent move. The destination? Newly promoted Sunderland. The manager? David Moyes.

Januzaj shone the brightest under Moyes and both Sunderland and Manchester United will hope the youngster can recapture the spark and become a Premier League star as expectation. Sunderland is also looking to take Paddy McNair and Donald Love from Manchester United.

Written by David Sangma

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