​After loan spells in recent seasons at Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland, Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj is set to leave Old Trafford on a permanent basis in the summer.

The Red Devils' winger - according to a report published by France Football - is supposedly on the move to La Liga outfit Real Sociedad, with United reportedly agreeing upon a fee amounting to £9.7m for his services next term.

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Personal terms between the two parties are still being finalised, with Januzaj allegedly bargaining over the potential wage packet which he could pocket at the Anoeta.

The attacker has just one year left on his current contract at the Theatre of Dreams, and after being cast out of the United fold during the previous two seasons in particular, it appears that he is indeed surplus to requirement.

The Txuriurdin's would provide the Belgian international with a worthy platform to prove his worth once and for all, after his career falling stagnant at United since emerging on the Premier League stage during David Moyes' stint at the club.

The 22-year-old has unfortunately failed to impress Louis van Gaal and United's present boss Jose Mourinho, paving the way for Sociedad to make their move on the playmaker.

Spending last season on-loan at the relegated Black Cats, Januzaj registered 25 appearances, but ultimately failed to hit the net - a lacklustre record which is unjust to his usual influence upon proceedings.

The 2016-17 Europa League champions have Anthony Martial, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata all battling for the same position in the midfield which Januzaj also inhabits - particularly imposing competition given his misfiring form in-front of the target as of late.

Januzaj's attitude, however, has been questioned in the past, with issues surrounding his temperament becoming apparent during his temporary time at the Signal Iduna Park.