Januzaj unsure over United future

Adnan Januzaj has spoken for the first time since he joined Borussia Dortmund on loan for the season from Manchester United, and he has admitted he is uncertain about his future at United as he has to think about things at the end of his loan spell.

Januzaj left United on transfer deadline day as he wanted to get more game time, but it hasn't gone to plan, and he is getting even less game time at Dortmund which is not great, and Januzaj doesn't know if he'll be back at United next season.

Januzaj is unsure whether he'll be coming back to United next season

Januzaj in reply to a question about whether he would be heading back to Manchester at the end of the season admitted he is unsure, as he wanted to "join somewhere" that would allow him to play regularly, and although he's struggled for first-team opportunities, he remains adamant about his happiness in Germany. 

At the start of the season Januzaj started a couple of games for United, and things were looking good for him at the club especially when he scored the winner against Aston Villa in August, but after that he was frequently left out, and it was clear he needed to do something to get more game time.

Januzaj struggling for game time at Dortmund

The problem though with moving to Dortmund was the amount of great players that they currently have such as Marco Reus and Shinji Kagawa, and because of this his game time has been limited.

Januzaj started only his third game on Thursday night in the Europa League against PAOK, and people were questioning his fitness levels as he didn't do very well during the game, and took a lot of slack for everyone, but Januzaj thinks he could only do the best that he could.

Januzaj says he'll prove his worth at Dortmund

Januzaj said "I can only do my best because obviously I've not got a lot of games in my legs which is difficult mentally" and you have to question about whether he will get many more games in the upcoming weeks.

Januzaj believes that if he has more game time he will be "fitter and take more people on as I have qualities that I showed in the first year in United" as under David Moyes he was the one United player who showed real class and composure for someone so young.