Manchester United have turned down a significant offer for teenager Adnan Januzaj from mega-rich French giants Paris St Germain, according to the Guardian.
The French champions have held a long standing interest in United’s 18-year-old winger, and have refused to give up signing him despite him signing his first major contract at Old Trafford in October.
United rejected the offer out of hand, and have made it clear they will not be entering any negotiations for the midfielder.
David Moyes has previously said he believes Januzaj has the talent to become one of the great modern-day players.
United are not the only Premier League club to have rejected an offer from PSG in recent days, with Newcastle United turning down a £14million offer from the French club for Yohan Cabaye.
Januzaj has reportedly been the target of a number of big European clubs, keen to try and take advantage of United’s first difficult season under Moyes.
United have subsequently tied the teenager down to a contract that recoginises the huge potential he has displayed during his breakthrough season.
Januzaj could have earned more money with a move to France, but has opted to stay in Manchester. He also turned down offers from both Spain and Italy.
However, PSG have retained an interest and may look to try again in the summer, should United fail to qualify for the Champions League this season.