The Manchester United wonder-kid Adnan Januzaj has been linked with a loan move to Sunderland according to the Daily Mail.
The report states that Sunderland have enquired about the availability of the Belgium international and that Dick Advocaat is keen to sign the young midfielder.
The 20-year-old has struggled for playing time since the appointment of Louis van Gaal at United.
Fenerbahce have also been linked with The Red Devil’s out-of-favour midfielder Januzaj by the Turkish sports newspaper Fanatik.
The Istanbul giants have already signed two United players this summer – Robin van Persie and Portuguese international Nani.
Fenerbahçe have already signed eight players this season including Lille defender Simon Kjaer, 2014-15 Süper Lig top scorer Fernandao, Turkish international Şener Özbayraklı and Brazil international Josef De Souza.
Januzaj would be able to play under domestic status in Turkey due to having part-Turkish heritage.
The Belgium international of Kosovan origin struggled for playing time under United boss Louis van Gaal last season making just 18 Premier League appearances.