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Adnan Januzaj Social Media Activity Supports Henrikh Mkhitaryan Move To Manchester United

Adnan Januzaj Social Media Activity Supports Henrikh Mkhitaryan Move To Manchester United

Teammates at Dortmund, are the two set to be teammates at United?

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Adnan Januzaj backs Manchester United's pursuit of highly-touted Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

The Borussia Dortmund maestro has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League, with United appearing favourites to land his services. The Belgium's social media activity clearly shows he supports 'The Red Devils' desire to bring the talented midfielder to Old Trafford by liking a fan made image of the pair together in between the clubs emblem.

Here's the image, and Januzaj liking the post:

Januzaj was loaned out to Dortmund making 12 appearances, while playing alongside Mkhitaryan 11 times before returning back to his parent club, who's future remains unclear after slipping down the pecking order under the previous regime.

New boss Jose Mourinho is preparing a summer overhaul as United work through the deal, while super-agent Mino Raiola spoke to Bild about his client's intention in joining the Premier League side, saying;

"Henrikh is not the type to have conflicts, he leaves that to me. We will not give up!"

He continues to add that the club is the Armenian's dream destination;

"We have both taken very different views and fight for them like lions, (Dortmund chief Hans-Joachim) Watzke walks 180 degrees into one direction and I 180 degrees into the other. But even though it does not look like it right now, I still hope for a sensible solution. Such an offer to join Manchester United might only come once in a lifetime for a player and nobody can guarantee us that the door will still be open for Micki next season. Manchester are Micki's dream club, he wants to join them by any means."

Out of contract in the next year, Borussia Dortmund will be reluctant to let him go for free who scored 23 goals in all competitions while creating a further 32 last season.

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Topics: Manchester United