The out-of-favour Belgium international has struggled to make an impact this season, despite only 12 months ago gaining a reputation as one of the most promising young players in Europe.
In Louis van Gaal’s favoured 3-5-2 formation, Januzaj has failed to impress and shown little versatility when tried in a position which requires him to do more than simply demonstrate his attacking prowess.
And The Sun now report that the 19-year-old could be handed a lifeline for the remainder of this season in the form of a loan move to a Champions League side.
“Adnan Januzaj has been offered three routes into the Champions League. Paris Saint-Germain, Porto and Juventus all want the Manchester United winger on loan,” their report claims.
The move seems to make sense for Van Gaal as allowing the 19-year-old to leave to a Premier League rival could be considered unwise, with the chance it could affect Manchester United’s top-four hopes.
Besides, a solid campaign abroad could subsequently hike up his price tag ahead of a possible future sale - or allow the teenager to regain his form so that he can return to the first-team fold at Old Trafford.
Januzaj has started just four Premier League matches this season, with a further eight appearances coming off the substitutes' bench.