According to ESPN, Manchester United are open to selling Adnan Januzaj this summer.
Having spent last season on loan at now relegated Sunderland, Jose Mourinho is ready to listen to offers for Belgian international Adnan Januzaj.
The Portuguese manager seemingly does not believe that the 22-year-old has done enough to justify a place in the Manchester United squad.
Any bids in the region of £8million-£12million will be considered by the club, the ESPN report suggests.
Frankly, the young star has had a season to forget.
Januzaj spent the campaign on-loan at Sunderland, who finished bottom of the Premier League pile. The Belgian played 28 games for the Black Cats in all competitions, scoring just once and providing only three assists.
In fact, the 22-year-old struggled so much at the Stadium of Light, his own fans booed him off the field during a game against Watford in April.
According to reports from The Telegraph in April, Januzaj has a number of suitors across Europe.
Marseille, Monaco and Paris Saint Germain are all thought to be keeping tabs on the player, while Roma, Napoli, Juventus and both Milan clubs are also keen to bring Januzaj to Serie A.
In January, Lyon were reportedly keen to sign the Belgian but nothing transpired. However, the club still remain interested according to the Telegraph.
There have been no reports of interest from any Premier League clubs, which may be an indication of how poor his spell with Sunderland was.