Transfer Scouting Report: Adnan Januzaj
A lot has been said of the United’s winger’s poor performances during the 2012/13 season, in spite of United winning the Premier League title comfortably. Along with the central midfield position, one area where United have to improve is the wings.
If Valencia can reach the heights of his 2011-12 season, the United supporters will be kept happy, but there’s one other player who caught everyone’s eye when he was named on the bench for Sir Alex Ferguson’s last ever match for United, Adnan Januzaj; a youngster tipped by many to be the next David Beckham.
New manager, David Moyes rates him highly and it was evident why when he put in a dazzling performance against Singha All Star XI.
He had a wonderful 2012-13 season with scoring once and assisting 4 in 19 games for the U21 reserves and, not surprisingly, he won the Manchester United’s Reserve Team Player of the Year award at the age of 18.
Its fairly safe to say Januzaj will take the Premier League by storm in few years time
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