Manchester United are reportedly ready to send Adnan Januzaj on a season long loan next season after the youngster failed to nail down a regular spot in the starting XI under Louis van Gaal.
According to Goal, the Red Devils are not interested in selling him, but are keen for him to play regular first-team football preferably in the Champions League.
Januzaj broke into the United first-team under former manager David Moyes, but has struggled to adapt to Van Gaal's style and has made just eight starts in the Premier League this season.
After being first-choice on the wings in the previous campaign, the young Belgian has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford this year. The manager has preferred Angel di Maria or more recently Ashley Young in the wing-back role.
There will be no shortage of suitors for the Belgian international, as Paris Saint-Germain are still interested in taking him to the Parc des Princes, and they can offer the player Champions League football as well.
There are several clubs in the Premier League who are interested in signing Januzaj, with reports suggesting Everton and Tottenham are keen admirers of the young winger.
The 20-year-old attacker, who had been touted to be one of the future stars of United will be keen to play regularly as his lack of game time this season has seen him being dropped from the Belgium squad for the recent round of internationals.
Moreover, with the Red Devils being heavily linked with a move for Memphis Depay, who also plays on the wings, Januzaj will be pushed futher down the pecking order at the club, suggesting that his future lies elsewhere.
The report claims that United are willing to sanction a 12-month loan for the player to move to PSV Eindhoven in order to aid their efforts of landing Depay in the summer.