Adnan Januzaj | Exit Speculation

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  1. Jun 18, 2017
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    prath92 Full Member

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    So apparently Lyon, Monaco, AS Roma Celtic and Real Soceidad are among the teams rumoured to be interested. Fee seems to range from €10m to €15m

    Soceidad have confirmed their interest



    Belgian reports say that his entourage have stated they will be against united having a buy back clause as they want a clean break from the club

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    shaggy Prefers blue over red, loathed by Spurs fans

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    Those clubs look a bit too good for him. He has barely looked premiership standard for a good few years now.
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    vi1lain caf sexpert

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    See ya later Adnan.
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    Pexbo has never watched Star Wars

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    "Januzaj's entourage".
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    Slevs likes to play with penises

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    See you later.
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    Sparky_Hughes Donkey Buggering Tyrant who cheats at Monopoly

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    Bye, thanks for......um......I'm sure there was something.
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    the hea Full Member

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    Celtic would be the only team from those mentioned where he could get some descent playing time. He has looked like a Championship level player for the last couple of years and would be nowhere near the starting eleven at clubs like Monaco and Roma.
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    Regulus Arcturus Black Full Member

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    Swap for Mbappe.
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    Classical Mechanic Full Member

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    Don't need a buy back clause because he won't ever be worth buying back.
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    Nero Full Member

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    The best part of him leaving will be no longer having to read 'Janujaz' on here.
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    Eckers99 Michael Corleone says hello

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    Bye Adnan. We'll always have just Sunderland.
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    BennyBlanco fixated with Shaw's bum

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    He probably thinks it's the clubs fault his careers stalled, fecking idjit. I actually used to watch him a lot in the youth and have a lot of time for him, he has a lot of raw talent, despite what the last few seasons have some believing. Real Sociedad could be a decent move for him, but he needs to knuckledown and want it enough first and foremost.
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    dasty Full Member

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    Selling a player that even Sunderland fans doesn't want for 10-15m is a great deal.
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    FireballXL5 New Member

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    His 'entourage' had better include Derren Brown. How else will they convince another club to splash the cash?
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    marukomu The Gatekeeper

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    Exit? I'm not sure he was ever inside.
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    El Zoido Full Member

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    Chelsea would get £40m for him.
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    Dante Turns into Billy Blaggs when drunk

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    zeekey Full Member

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    Underrated post.
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    ThanksBoss26 Full Member

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    Needs to get his next move right - somewhere where he plays.

    Last year of his contract, done nothing for three years - £10m and a sell-on is probably the best we can do.
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    M16Red New Member

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    @Dante let it all out mate

    as for Januzaj I'm a fan of his, talent is permanent.

    I'd want a least 30 million, what is it with us and transfer sales?

    I know that the cafe always puts our players down and thinks other players are better (I blame Youtube and FM) but seriously 12million for smalling he's a good defender better than Cahill
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    I don't see any of these clubs paying anywhere close to €10m but knows. A PL club randomly blowing money would make more sense.
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    Level of around a championship play-off club, will do well to get a move to one of those teams and actually play.
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    Januzaj is in his last year of contract and has been poor for 3 seasons at united, Dortmund and Sunderland.
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    Roma's squad is full of misfits who didn't succeed at their previous clubs and Monaco is one of the best set ups for young players in Europe, it's not difficult to see why they want him for a fee that low. I hope he goes to Monaco, despite them winning Ligue 1 there's still not a lot of pressure on them and with the amount of games they'll be playing he'll get plenty of opportunities.
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    khoazany Full Member

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    He might thrive at Monaco with plenty of freedom and the other attacking talents they have. And with being a permanent transfer and no buyback clause they'll have the patience to develop him. Who is their Bernardo Silva's replacement anyway?
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    Rafateria Full Member

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    How can this be ?!! I remember many debates one here where RC was convinced he was the second coming !? World class in fact.
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    A classic case of a player believing he's better than he actually is.
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    TheReligion Abusive

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    Sometimes it doesn't work out for young players I guess.

    You should know considering Liverpool haven't produced anything of note since Gerrard.
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    prath92 Full Member

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    Well this happened the same way, lovren didn't end up being the answer to Liverpool's defensive issues, Rodgers didn't become the next Bob Paisley and Jon Flannagan didn't become the next best thing either
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    AndyJ1985 Full Member

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    That's not Januzaj's fault, that's the fault of the silly people who massively over-hyped him.
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    Terminator New Member

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    He is talented, he can still make it at another club.
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    roonster09 Full Member

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    Best of all is Liverpool fans opinion on Ibe when Sterling left.
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    JustAFan The Adebayo Akinfenwa of football photoshoppers

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    Nobody in the world would pay 30mil for Adnan except you.
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    sunama Baghdad Bob

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    In fairness, his first season (under Moyes) was pretty good. he played about 10 good games that season...the same as what Shaw achieved, in 3 seasons.
    But while there is love for Shaw (who has been a disaster - 10 good games in 3 seasons would see most players sold), there is no love for Januzaj.

    In any case, Januzaj is not MUFC quality. He isn't even good enough to be a squad player and like Morgan S, M.Depay, etc I wish Januzaj the best in his career, with his new club.

    I think £15M would be good business for us. More like £10M, though.
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    Name Changed weso26

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    I thought he was gonna be great after he initially burst through but he hasn't progressed. If anything he seems to have regressed from his first season.
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    Classical Mechanic Full Member

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    A Liverpool fan pulled me up for saying Ojo is the new Ibe because Ojo is really a top talent. Well that is what they said about Ibe when he was at the stage Ojo is now.
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    Antisocial Has a Sony home cinema

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    I don't care about a buy-back clause, but I'd insist on a sell-on clause just in case he manages to get his head together and make something of his career.
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    Players like him annoy me more than people like Tevez. All the talent in the world but didn't want to put in the work.
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    AndyJ1985 Full Member

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    "All the talent in the world" just isn't true though, and that's where so much disappointment comes from; fans hyping him up to be something he never was. He looked decent, potentially good enough to become a first team regular, but he never, ever, looked like being anywhere near as talented as players like Dembele or Mbappe, players you'd describe as having all the talent in the world.
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    Cascarino Full Member

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    30 million for a player who was very underwhelming at a relegated club and has one decent season in his career. No chance mate.
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