Manchester United and Jose Mourinho have decided to sell Adnan Januzaj after suffering a torrid loan spell at Sunderland, according to reports from Daily Express.
Januzaj was once rated as one of Manchester United’s hottest prospects. But the Belgium international has endured a remarkable fall from grace in recent seasons.
After two years of toiling under Louis van Gaal, he was loaned to Sunderland last summer where he was expected to regain his touch under his former manager David Moyes.
However, the Belgian has played very little and has looked far from the player who broke on the scene and was even hailed as the next rightful heir for the number 7 jersey at Old Trafford.
As per the latest reports, AS Monaco have expressed interest in signing the Belgian as they are eying a possible replacement for Bernardo Silva and Kylian Mbappe.
Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are both keen to rescue him from his Premier League nightmare. Add to that, Lyon, Marseille, Napoli, Roma, AC Milan and Inter Milan are also monitoring him.