Januzaj in no hurry to commit international future to any country
London: Manchester United`s teen wonderkid Adnan Januzaj has insisted that he is no hurry to commit his international future to any country.
The 18-year-old Januzaj, who had impressed in United`s 2-1 comeback win at Sunderland, has rejected a call-up from his native Belgium and could qualify to play for England on residency grounds, as well as Albania, Turkey, Serbia and others.
According to the Mirror, the teenager, who will be offered a new four-year deal by the defending Premier League champions, said that he will take his time to decide over which country he will represent in the future, adding that he is right now keeping his focus on concentrating to build on his match-winning display at the Stadium of Light.
Stating that he wants to play well for United and give everything for his club, Januzaj, who is also being monitored by clubs like Manchester City and Juventus, further said that he was given the belief to play with his qualities by former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and the fans` support.
Januzaj hailed veteran United midfielder Ryan Giggs and experienced left-back Patrice Evra as two of his mentors within the squad.