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Adnan Januzaj in line for massive pay rise

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Adnan Januzaj could sign a new long-term contract, which would see him earn as much as 60 times more than his current salary.

It depends which newspaper you read.

According to The Sun, United will give the Belgium a new long-term deal which will raise his salary from £1,000 a week to £30,000.

However the Mirror say the proposed contract will see him earning £50,000-a-week, whilst the Daily Mail reports that Januzaj could take home as much as £60,000-a-week.

Manchester United chiefs will have to work fast, because Januzaj's current contract expires in the summer and they risk losing another young talent if a new deal cannot be agreed.

The currently find themselves in a similar situation to the one experienced when Paul Pogba left the club. The young Frenchman is now playing superbly for Juventus.

According to the Sun, United are not willing to risk a repeat of the embarrassment that saw Pogba depart Old Trafford, and so will offer the starlet a vastly improved contract.

The numbers vary a lot, but one thing is clear-United; have learned their lesson and won't let another talented youngster leave their club if they can avoid it.

Some people will certainly feel that the figures being banded about are tremendously high considering Januzaj has had only one very good game. 

He is a superb prospect for the future, but if he now gets a £60,000 a week contract, it will be hard to imagine what his salary will be in 10-years time if he fulfils his contract.

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