If there’s one man out there who rates Adnan Januzaj highly, it’s David Moyes.

The West Ham manager used the Belgian a lot when he was in charge of Manchester United, as the now 27-year-old made 35 appearances in all competitions under the Scotsman during the 2013-14 season at Old Trafford.

Januzaj then went to Real Sociedad in 2017 for around £8m, which came two years after Moyes was in charge of the La Liga side between 2014 and 2015.

However, if it were up to the now West Ham manager, he would have brought the forward to the Reale Arena back then, as explained by El Desmarque on Monday.

The website look at Januzaj’s situation to date, which is that his contract at Real Sociedad is up at the end of the month and will not be renewed, but he still hasn’t found himself a new club to join.

Linked to Barcelona as a low-cost option should they fail to lure Raphinha from Leeds, there has also been talk of him working with José Mourinho at AS Roma.

That being said, they add that ‘David Moyes’ West Ham, who already wanted him for Real Sociedad, would be another possible destination’.

It makes sense, as Januzaj ‘is still free at the moment’, and would be a good option in attack, one with Premier League experience, to help bolster the goalscoring ability of his Hammers side.