Adnan Januzaj wants to play for England

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Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj wants to play international football for England, reports The Mirror

The winger, who has been a revelation in the Premier League this season, has his pick of international teams as he's eligible to play for the likes of Belgium, Albania, Turkey, Serbia, Kosovo and the Three Lions. However it now appears that he's ready to play for Roy Hodgson's side.

One of his friends told The Sun: "Adnan feels at home in England now.

"He loves the football over here, the stadiums and the passion of the fans.

"He has already knocked back an approach from Belgium and does not regret it.

"He's happy to wait until he can play for England.

"The only obstacle is his father, he is a major influence in his life and career and Adnan knows the decision will ultimately be taken by his old man."

If Januzaj does opt for England, the he will have to wait to qualify for the country through residency.

Having been at Manchester United since he was 16-years-old, the youngster may have to wait for another two and a half years before he qualifies for the Three Lions. 

However the youngster's immediate attention will turn to his club's Premier League fixture this weekend. 

Manchester United take on Stoke City at the Britannia stadium tomorrow afternoon as David Moyes' side look to climb the table. Manchester United currently sit six points behind Liverpool in the race for Champions League qualification.

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