Date: 16th June 2017 at 1:02pm
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Earlier this week we reported on how it looked very much as if Adnan Januzaj would be leaving Old Trafford.

After a disappointing few seasons in which the 22-year-old Belgian international winger has flattered to deceive, it looked as if the player, following his loan spell at Sunderland coming to an end, would be joining the Spanish outfit, Real Sociedad.

However, according to the leading tabloid the UK produces, The Sun, the move appears to have struck a problem.

Our source is reporting that Manchester United, just in case Januzaj gets his career back on track, want a buy-back option inserted the deal, whereas the player doesn`t.

Januzaj, according to our source, feels this would limit his future options.

The player also appears to have a strong case with our source indication that there are several other clubs interested in acquiring his services, most notably AC Milan, Inter Milan, Marseille and Lyon.

With Januzaj in the last year of his current contract, Manchester United have a decision to make.

Does the club re-adjust its request relating to the buy-back clause or does it sit back and do nothing knowing that Januzaj has just one-year left on his deal and could walk away for nothing next summer?