Friday, 11 February 2011

Manchester United close to signing Belgian "wonder kid"

Manchester United are on the brink of signing Anderlecht winger Adnan Januzaj on a four-year deal, according to mirrorfootball.co.uk.
The Anderlecht teenager looks set to join the Red Devils after impressing scouts.
The midfielder has starred in Anderlecht’s youth ranks and has caught the eye of Sir Alex Ferguson’s scouts.

United officials are staying silent on the talks that will take place this weekend, according to Anderlecht sporting director Herman van Holsbeeck.
"The clubs will agree on the transition over the coming days, " said van Holsbeeck to Voetbalkrant.com.
"Interest in Januzaj is a great compliment to our youth work."
Reports claim the youngster, who has been at Anderlecht since he was ten and has not played first-team football yet, has been offered a four-year professional contract at Old Trafford and wages of 12,000 euros a month which will make him one of the highest paid players in his age group..
Aston Villa and Lille were also interested in the young Belgian, who could follow compatriot Marnick Vermijl to the club.

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