Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj could be reunited with former manager David Moyes in January after the Real Sociedad boss revealed that he's ready to enter the loan market in the upcoming transfer window, reports the Daily Mail.
The Belgian international has endured a tricky time under Dutchman Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford this term, and has ultimately been linked with temporary switch away from the club in January.
La Liga switch
And it appears that a loan move to La Liga could be on the cards for the young talent, with ex-United boss Moyes interested in the player's services.
Moyes, of course, was the man to hand Januzaj a starring role at the Theatre of Dreams last season as the teenager produced a number of fine performances in his debut campaign for the first-team.
With the transfer window just a few weeks away, Moyes has admitted that he's ready to improve his squad as he looks to make his mark in Spain's elite division.
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Speaking to reporters, the ex-Manchester United manager said: "The president has been very good with me and he is going to let me see what I can do. My intention is maybe going into the loan market to bring in a couple of players on loan. If I can boost the squad and give everybody a lift then I will try to do that.
"January is never the best time but if there are boys who could come here and help the team and we can have a look at them for six months then we'll do that."
The right move?
There's no doubt about it, a temporary move for Januzaj would certainly divide opinion from the Manchester United faithful. Despite failing to prove his credentials under the Dutch regime so far, fans will still be hoping that he can make an impact at the club throughout the course of the campaign.
A loan move away from United, however, may well do him the world of good as he looks to play on a regular basis. And, if he was to link up with David Moyes, then he would be working under manager that has great faith in his ability.
It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United and Real Sociedad agree a deal for the youngster, but it certainly looks set to be an interesting next month or so for the talented winger.
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