Januzaj is concerned about his future at Old Trafford.
Adnan Januzaj is set to hold crunch talks with new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal after growing concerned about his role at the club, according to the Daily Star.
Van Gaal has made major changes to the side since his appointment as David Moyes’ successor in the summer and the 19-year-old thinks this may affect his chances of game time.
The Dutchman prefers a 3-5-2 formation that utilises wing-backs and as a narutal winger there is no obvious place for Januzaj in the starting XI.
There have also been a lot of ins and outs in the playing squad, with five new faces bought in for a combined fee in excess of £150m, whilst six players have been allowed to leave including academy products Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck.
Yet despite all this van Gaal is a big admirer of Januzaj and wants to assure the youngster that there is a place for him at Old Trafford.
The Belgium international only committed his long-term future to the Red Devils last season upon signing a new, lucrative deal with the club.
Januzaj came through the youth system at the Theatre of Dreams, making his first team debut under Moyes in 2013/14 and scoring twice to help beat Sunderland 2-1 at the Stadium of Light.
The starlet has since made 39 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals and providing six assists.
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