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Everton are considering a deadline day move to sign Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj on-loan until the end of the season.

The Belgium international has seen his first-team appearances limited under Louis van Gaal as he has started in only five league matches this season. Lack of first-team appearances has seen him being linked with a move away from Old Trafford.

The Manchester Evening News reports that the Toffees manager Roberto Martinez is a huge admirer of the 19-year-old and wants to secure his services on loan on the final day of the winter transfer window.

Januzaj was also a transfer target for Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain last month. The player's agent, Dirk de Vriese, revealed that Van Gaal rejected an offer from the French outfit to take his client on loan.

Everton now want to make an approach for Januzaj and land him for the remainder of this campaign. The Merseyside club are keen on landing the teenager, but need the player to help them secure the deal.

The Goodison Park outfit want the United star to push through a move by informing his current employers that he wants a spell away from Old Trafford.

Januzaj started United's 3-1 win over Leicester City, after which he complained of cramp.

"I haven't played too much, so it was good to get 90 minutes. I was tired and had cramp in the last 15 minutes, but I knew I had a job to do," Januzaj explained.

Meanwhile, United manager Van Gaal has urged the winger to prove his worth at Old Trafford in order to feature regularly for the Red Devils.

"It is also like Januzaj – I have to compare him with Mata, but in the next press conference you shall ask 'Why? Why? Why is Mata not playing?'" Van Gaal explained.

"I have to choose and now I choose Januzaj, but I'm very happy you ask about Januzaj and not for Mata!

"I'm looking every week and every day the players have to show it. I've said that to players, I've said to Falcao, I've said to Mata and I've said to Januzaj. But I'm very pleased that you [the press] are pleased with his performance!"