Adnan Januzaj's future will be heavily influenced by his dad, according to the Mail Online.
The youngster, who excelled in his first Premier League start for Manchester United this past weekend, has yet to sign a long-term deal with the champions of England.
And, with the likes of Barcelona, Manchester City and Juventus all eyeing up the Belgian-born ace, his future seems uncertain.
The youngsters dad is expected to play a key role in the youngsters final decision and his father will also play a key role in Januzaj's decision of which national side to represent.
The 18-year-old looks set to decide between Albania and Belgium but has even been targeted by England.
Ex-Belgian keeper Nico Vaesen believes his dad will have a major say on the starlets international future, as he told the BBC: "He is a very gifted footballer and Manchester United noticed that at an early age.
"He is well looked after by his father, who took the family over to Manchester with him when Adnan moved to United. It will be his father who has a big say on what country Adnan will end up playing for."
Januzaj faces a crucial few months in his long-term career as he will have to decide his future for both club and country.