European giants target £10m swoop for out-of-favour Man Utd forward

Besiktas have set their sights on Manchester United’s out-of-favour midfielder Adnan Januzaj as the Black Eagles look to strengthen their squad ahead of their UEFA Champions League campaign.

The Italian outlet RAI (via Fotospor) have stated that Besiktas are interested in signing the Belgium international who spent last season out on loan at Borussia Dortmund.

According to the Telegraph, United boss Jose Mourinho has instructed Januzaj to find a new club. Per the source, the Red Devils would accept a £10 million offer for the Belgium international and Jose Mourinho has told him that he will not feature in his plans this season.

Further more, the Mirror state that Januzaj is unhappy with Mourinho after being sent to  train with the United reserve squad.

Januzaj has failed to keep a regular spot in the first team over the past few seasons at United and enjoyed a disappointing loan move to Dortmund over the second half of last season. The Belgium international would be able to play in Turkey as a domestic player due to having part-Turkish heritage.

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