Adnan Januzaj has completed his transfer from Manchester United to Real Sociedad after signing a five- year contract worth £9.8 million with the Spanish club, according to report from BBC.
The 22-year-old’s six years spell at Manchester United came to an end following Jose Mourinho’s decision not to include him in his plans for next season and also excluded him from the squad that travelled to USA for their pre-season tour.
Januzj had a promising start to his career after been handed his debut by David Moyes in 2013 which saw him make 27 appearances for the team in 2013/2014 season.
But he failed to replicate the form under Louis van Gaal and was farmed out on loan to German club Borussia Dortmund where he could only make six appearances.
A season-long loan at Sunderland last season, where he scored no goal in 25 games, did little of positive to his career and Mourinho believes he doesn’t fit into his plans.
The Belgian moved to Old Trafford from Anderlecht in 2011, aged 16 and signed a five-year contract extension in 2013 due to his impressive performances then. He managed five goals and assisted another six in 63 games in all competitions for United.
Real Sociedad finished sixth in the La Liga and will compete in the Europa League group stage next season.