Adnan Januzaj trolled on Instagram by Borussia Dortmund teammates

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Borussia Dortmund stars Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus have poked fun at Manchester United loanee Adnan Januzaj on Instagram.

The young Belgian is still adapting to life at the German club, since leaving Old Trafford, and has been limited to five appearances in the Bundesliga - all of them coming as a substitute.

And his two more experienced teammates have taken to social media to brilliantly troll the Red Devils ace.


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Gabonese forward Aubameyang posted a picture of himself and Reus lining up for a game with two young mascots. 

However, the faces of the children had been replaced with those of Januzaj and Julian Weigl.

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The Dortmund star captioned the photo: No comments, with the hashtag: #canihaveyourjersey.

German international Reus followed suit and posted the picture with the caption: Kids, can I have your Jersey.

The photo obviously went down well with Dortmund fans, as it has been liked over 170,000 times across the two accounts.

Januzaj may not have been given the game time he desires yet at the Westfalenstadion, but it is hard to break into a side that has scored 15 goals in their last three games. 

Manchester United will be hoping Januzaj gains more experience before he returns to Old Trafford.

Louis van Gaal obviously thought he would get more time on the field away from the Red Devils. But with Memphis Depay struggling to adapt to life in the Premier League, surely Januzaj could have done a job this season.

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