Date: 3rd August 2016 at 12:15pm
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The names of Sunderland, David Moyes and Adnan Januzaj continue to appear with a degree of regularity in the same sentence this morning.

The insinuation is there that, deep down, the former Manchester United manager harbours ambitions of seeing the Belgian international in a Black Cats shirt next season.

It was, of course, Moyes who gave Januzaj the chance to show his skills when Moyes was in charge of Manchester United.

Quite how, and why, somebody as talented as Januzaj has, since that opening stint in a Manchester United shirt, fallen so far down the pecking order is the great unanswered question.

But this morning the notion that Moyes and Januzaj could be reunited is once again revisited by the popular tabloid the Sun.

However, if the notion suggested above is to be realised, a problem needs to be overcome.

Januzaj, as covered by a previous article, after discovering Mourinho had decreed he was one of many fringe players who were not in his plans for the coming season, somewhat threw his toys out of the pram.

The youngster insists that he`s not interested in a loan move only a permanent move which our referenced source implies might not fit in with Moyes requirements.

Apparently, a fee of £10 million has been put on Januzaj`s head, a big outlay for Sunderland who would, budget-wise, prefer it if a loan spell could be agreed.

Now, either Sunderland walk away from any permanent deal or somebody convinces Januzaj a loan deal, in this case, could be beneficial, or else this deal is, we believe, dead in the water.