Manchester United starlet must make loan switch

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In pre-season Manchester United unveiled a new talent, Adnan Januzaj.

The young Belgian was the Red Devils' stand-out performer throughout the summer, despite being just 18-years of age.

And, at such a young age, Januzaj will understandably be given little chances in the first-team fold this season.

There's no questioning that being at United, training with the likes of Ryan Giggs, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie will improve the youngster further, however surely the starlet will improve even more if he is sent out on loan.

And, recent reports have suggested that Blackburn Rovers are interested in taking him to Ewood Park for the season.

Being involved in a (possible) promotion charge at such a young age can only make the starlet mentally stronger for the future.

In addition, playing regularly in the Championship, against quality opposition, can only benefit him as a footballer.

Currently, Januzaj is extremely raw and needs time to improve on the pitch. He can certainly wow the crowd and show his ability with his stunning technique and skill, but he still needs to develop further.

However, there's no doubting his potential and the Belgian-born star can impress the United faithful even more if he's given an opportunity to go out on loan.

United have certainly found a talent and giving him the license to play can only benefit the club and the player.

In another years time, Moyes will have an exceptionally talented footballer at his disposal and a player that has mentally and physically matured.

Moyes may well have a first-team regular ready to shine at Old Trafford in 2014/15 - but first he must be sent out on loan.

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