The Guardian is reporting that Manchester United have turned down a "significant" offer from French champions Paris Saint-Germain for wonderkid attacker Adnan Januzaj, and according to Daniel Taylor's article, they will continue to resist interest:
United rejected the offer and have made it clear they do not want to negotiate about a player David Moyes has said is talented enough to become one of the great modern-day players.
Well, I should hope so.
Januzaj has been one of the few bright sparks we've seen at Old Trafford this season, and undoubtedly the brightest of them all. He certainly has the potential to become a truly brilliant player, and Moyes and Ed Woodward probably realise selling him would cause uproar as well as further damaging the team.
Though there's probably truth to this story, it's safe to assume that United aren't going to sell Januzaj -- who signed a five-year contract with the Red Devils back in October.
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