PSG favourites to sign £40m Manchester United star

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Paris Saint-Germain are favourites to sign Manchester United star Adnan Januzaj this summer - with the bookmakers at least.

SkyBet have the Ligue 1 champions as 5/2 favourites to sign the Belgian-born midfielder before September 2, ahead of Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich who are priced at 8/1. 

Monaco are next in line at 10/1, Barcelona are at 12s with Serie A side AC Milan at 18/1. Premier League title chasers Arsenal are a rather surprise inclusion at 25/1, with Juventus next at 33/1 and Turkish champions Galatasaray rounding off the list of potential buyers at 40/1.

It will comes as little surprise to see PSG leading the way with the bookies, with the French club having been recently linked with a £40 million swoop for the Manchester United youngster.

PSG also supposedly made a £15 million bid for Januzaj that was rejected by the Red Devils during the recent January transfer window.

Manchester United fans will desperately hope that their club are able to resist any future interest in Januzaj.

During a torrid season for David Moyes' side, the 19-year-old - who has been invited to play in Kosovo's first international against Haiti by the country's deputy prime minister - has been one of few Manchester United players to receive widespread praise for his performances at Old Trafford.

In 19 appearances in the Premier League this season, Januzaj has contributed three goals and two assists while impressing with the maturity of those displays.

Manchester United would surely be able to command a significant fee for Januzaj if they were to enter into any transfer talks concerning Januzaj, given that the player only signed a new long-term deal at the club in October.

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