English side, Manchester United, are interested in listening to any offers for Adnan Januzaj this summer.
Sources told ESPN about the intention of the club.
Januzaj spent his last season on loan at another Premier League club, Sunderland, but according to sources, he has not performed enough to earn him a place in Jose Mourinho’s first-team squad at the club next term.
The Red Devil are expected to demand for a transfer fee between £8 million and £12 million before they can grant the Belgium international to leave the Old Trafford this summer.
Januzaj, 23, still has a year left on his five-year United deal.
During Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game in charge against West Bromwich Albion in 2013,Januzaj was an unused substitute.
Januzaj tried as he managed to see the back of the net four times in 35 games during the 2013-14 season.
He was unlucky as he fell out of favour under Moyes’ successor Louis van Gallery. He ended up playing 21 times before heading to Dortmund.
He was loaned out to the German side, Borussia Dortmund and he got nothing (lack of playing time), and in January 2016, after he failed to win over Mourinho, he was loaned to Sunderland where he reunited with Moyes.
Januzaj had a difficult loan spell at the Stadium of Light, where he scored a goal and making 28 appearances. He was also booed by his own fans.