Belgian international Adnan Januzaj is creating a lot of buzz after his wonder strike against England in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018.
The two sides clashed in their final Group G encounter on Thursday, and Januzaj, who got a rare break for the national team scored the lone goal of the match.
The former Manchester United player’s goal came six minutes after half-time. Januzaj cut inside before curling a left-foot finish high past England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
The goal impressed one and all, including manager Roberto Martinez, who was stunned watching the youngster dazzle. And now, United fans are wondering if the club has any buy-back clause in Januzaj’s deal.
Januzaj joined Spanish side Real Sociedad last summer in a deal that could eventually cost the club in the region of around £9.8 million, although the Mancunian club insisted on inserting a buy-back clause.
The 23-year-old attacking midfielder burst onto the scene five years ago under former manager David Moyes.
But he wasn’t inconsistent enough, and loan spells to Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland did not work out, before he was finally let go by Jose Mourinho in 2017.
Some of the United fans still have faith in the player and want him back in the United set-up, with many claiming he should be brought back to Old Trafford by Jose.
Adnan Januzaj putsDanny Rose back on the plane before curling the ball into the top corner to put Belgium 1-0 up against England.
Superb goal. pic.twitter.com/NQGzBVBkJy
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) June 28, 2018
When you see Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini pulling the strings for Belgium… pic.twitter.com/m1ueH5m0ng
— bet365 (@bet365) June 28, 2018
Can never forget what Adnan Januzaj did for our club at the age of 19. In a time of such uncertainty, his breakthrough season was a real shining light. Will always follow his career closely.
— The Man Utd Way (@TheManUtdWay) June 28, 2018
Interviewed Adnan Januzaj last summer when his career had stalled and, yet, he remained so bullish. "What I want to prove now is that I am a good player and that they were wrong to let me go." Tonight was a big moment for so many reasons #mufc
— Ciaran Kelly (@MENCKelly) June 28, 2018
— utdreport (@utdreport) June 29, 2018