Monday, 28th October, 2013

David Moyes feels that Manchester United's signing of Adnan Januzaj to a new five-year contract shows the Red Devils are prepared to snap up the best players around.

The Belgian-born winger has burst onto the scene this season, however with his contract expiring next summer there had been concern over him remaining at Old Trafford for the long term.


But Januzaj agreed to commit to the English champions and signed a new five-year contract.

And Moyes is still delighted, even some time after the event, feeling it shows the ambition of the club.


He told the United Review: "Signing Adnan Januzaj on a new five-year contract at Old Trafford shows the club's willingness to go out and try to sign the best players.

"Young footballers get opportunities to progress here at Manchester United and I have no doubt that, in the future.

"Adnan will become a top player. He is 18 years old, has good ability, plus maturity beyond his years."

Moyes threw Januzaj on off the bench for Manchester United on Saturday, with the 18-year-old helping to turn around a 2-1 deficit against Stoke City at Old Trafford as the Red Devils won 3-2.

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