Manchester United are reportedly ready to give Adnan Januzaj an unprecedented deal to keep the 18-year old sensation at Old Trafford for the foreseeable future.
Interest for the hotly rated Belgian has quickly spread across Europe, with United determined not to let another wonderkid leave their books.
Both Paul Pogba and Ravel Morrison have already left Old Trafford in past seasons after failing to negotiate terms for a long-term deal.
Pogba, 20, has since moved onto Juventus where the Frenchman has become a regular starter for the Italian giants.
Whereas Morrison, 20, is now beginning to establish himself at West Ham after a fine start to the season.
United are reportedly ready to offer Januzaj a £60k a week deal to retain the services of the teenager.
A deal, which if true, would mark an unprecedented salaray at Old Trafford for a player still in his teens.
After a troubled start to the season for David Moyes, Januzaj's match winning performance against Sunderland on Saturday evening is just the boost United needed.
Starting in his full debut for the Red Devils, Januzaj watched his side go 1-0 down to then-managerless and bottom of the table Sunderland, before two incredible strikes from the Belgian saw United snatch the game 2-1.
Moyes will be hopeful a deal will be concluded soon so the 18-year old can focus on his glittering future.
The United manager will also be hopeful the attacking midfielder will finalise his international future, with Januzaj eligible to compete for a host of countries.
Although Belgium-born, Januzaj is also available to play for Albania, and in 2015 will become eligible to line-up for England.
Pressure has already been mounted on the young stars shoulders, after England boss Roy Hodgson confirmed on BBC's Match of the Day that he is hopeful Januzaj will chose England.
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