Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj in action with Club Brugge's Dion Cools
Januzaj, 21, joined United aged just 16 having been in the youth academy of Anderlecht, and he made quite the introduction to life in the Premier League.
Adnan Januzaj reacts
With Sunderland beating the Red Devils 1-0 back in October 2013, Januzaj conjured up two goals to win the game for United, becoming a star in the process.
Since then, it's been tough going for Januzaj. After just 18 Premier League appearances during the 2014/15 season, Januzaj was formed out on loan to Borussia Dortmund last season, but was sent back to Old Trafford in January having failed to make an impact in Germany.
Adnan Januzaj celebrates with Luke Shaw after scoring the first goal for Manchester United
Now, Jose Mourinho is at the helm for United, and he's looking to shape his squad, with the Daily Mail now reporting that Januzaj has asked to leave Old Trafford.
The Belgian wide man needs first-team football, and with little chance of earning that at United, he's now ready to leave after five years with the club, with a host of teams believed to be interested.
It's claimed that Sunderland, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Ajax are all keen - as well as Everton. The Toffees have had problems down the left wing in recent times, and new manager Ronald Koeman may fancy adding Januzaj to his squad this summer.
Borussia Dortmund's Jacob Bruun Larsen in action with Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj
Januzaj has the talent, but just needs a chance to play regular football and to settle down with a club rather than being farmed out on loan again.
Goodison Park - the place where former United players like Tim Howard, Phil Neville, Darron Gibson and Louis Saha settled - could be ideal for Januzaj, and having a proven coach mentoring him in Koeman may also appealing to the young winger.
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