All coaches of the world usually have preference for players that would fit into their ideology and maintain the quality of play that they want.
Since the appointment of Jose Mourinho as the manager of Manchester United, some players not bought by him including Memphis Depay, Morgan Schneiderlin and Bastien Schweinsteiger have been sold and it appears that the Portuguese manager is yet undone with the sale of players.
According to latest report by Daily Mail, Jose Mourinho has decided to sell Belgian international and Red Devils on-loan star to Sunderland Adnan Januazaj next summer.
The 22-year-old attacker joined United from Anderlecht in 2011 and broke into the first team of the club under Sir Alex Ferguson towards the end the 2012/2013 season. He was highly rated and tipped for success at that time.
However, he lost his place in United’s team when Luis Van Gaal came on board and was sent on loan to Borrussia Dortmund where he struggled. He was subsequently loaned to Sunderland by Mourinho but the youngster has failed to improve.
Meanwhile, he has been attracting interest from several European clubs even tho he has not scored any League goal for Sunderland this term. Mourinho is looking to sign top-notch players and Januzaj does not fall in the definition of players wanted by the Portuguese tactician.