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3 Clubs Who Could Better Adnan Januzaj’s Development

Manchester United are facing a battle to keep hold of out of contract, merging star Adnan Januzaj, it would seem.

The Belgian winger is out of contract at the end of the season and a host of clubs are looking to snatch the youngster, should an agreement not be reached.

The Daily Mirror are reporting United will offer the youngster a new, four year deal, worth around £50,000 a week. 

The limitation of game time for fellow Manchester United youngster Wilfried Zaha, may be a warning sign for Januzaj, that in future he may struggle for appearances for the Red Devils.

Three clubs who would better Januzaj’s development:


The Gunners are renowned for being one of the best around for nurturing young talent. The pacey, pass and move style Arsenal possess would suit the winger’s game. Arsene Wenger does, of course, put a lot of faith and trust in his youngsters and doesn’t hesitate to reward them with game time, if they’re performing.

A huge wave of positivity has emerged over the red side of north London, since the recent, mega signing, of Ozil and not to mention the upward turn of results, which has seen Arsenal climb to the top of the EPL table.

A near guarantee of first team football, a positive footballing philosophy and a newly founded hype around Arsenal would make The Emirates a desirable destination for the Belgian.

Bayern Munich

After Man City’s condemning defeat to Bundesliga giants, Bayern Munich, in the UEFA Champions League, The German outift have been touted as the team to beat in football today.

Although Bayern are blessed with top quality wingers, none of them are getting any younger. Ribery, 30, is one of Bayern’s key players but should Januzaj keep improving, he would prove a worthy replacement on the left side. Another trophy winning season would make Bayern Munich, a very attractive proposition indeed. 


Liverpool, like Arsenal, have had an excellent start to the season and share top spot with the Gunners. It remains to be seen if Liverpool can keep up this impressive early form, but a prolific partnership of Sturridge and Suarez, suggest Liverpool will have a good chance.

Form, of course, is one attraction to Anfield, but Brendan Rodgers’ inclusion of many youngsters in the first team, including; Moses, Coutinho and Sterling who are all under the age of 23. This could be a sign that Januzaj may be better suited under the guidance of Rodgers, rather than Moyes.