“It’s the same problem that is killing every young stars up till now. Both Garnacho, Hojlund and Mainoo are now facing the same problem and they will die out if they don’t do this on time” – Adnan Januzaj gives important advice to Manchester United young stars on what to do to save their careers before its too late.

Adnan Januzaj, among the esteemed graduates of Manchester United’s renowned academy, received a message from the club to reflect on his debut. United reached a historic milestone with Ethan Wheatley’s recent debut, marking the 250th academy graduate. In celebration, the club reached out to former debutants like Januzaj, who shone during the 2013/14 season. Despite his career at Old Trafford not meeting expectations, Januzaj fondly remembers the honor of debuting for such a prestigious club. Now 29, he considers it one of the best experiences of his life. Januzaj currently plays for Sevilla, having spent five years at Real Sociedad post his permanent departure from United in 2017.

Former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj has issued a stern warning to the club’s young stars, advising them to steer clear of certain problems that can hinder their progress and potentially derail their careers.


Januzaj, who made his debut for the Red Devils at just 18 years old, knows firsthand the challenges that come with playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world. Despite showing initial promise, his time at United was marked by inconsistency and a lack of playing time, ultimately leading to his departure in 2017.


In a recent interview, Januzaj reflected on his experiences and offered words of wisdom to the current crop of young players at the club. “I’ve been in their shoes, and I know how easy it is to get caught up in the hype and pressure of playing for Manchester United,” he said. “But if you’re not careful, you can get sucked into a vortex of negativity and self-doubt that can be hard to escape.”


Januzaj identified several pitfalls that young players should avoid, including:


– Getting too comfortable and complacent: “It’s easy to get caught up in the luxury of being a Manchester United player, but you have to stay hungry and keep working hard to improve.”

– Listening to negative voices: “There will always be people who doubt you and try to bring you down. You have to learn to block out the noise and focus on your own game.”

– Getting distracted by social media and external pressures: “Social media can be a blessing and a curse. Don’t let it consume you and distract you from your goals.”

– Not taking care of your physical and mental health: “You have to prioritize your body and mind. Injuries and burnout can be devastating, so make sure you’re taking care of yourself.”


Januzaj’s advice is a timely reminder for Manchester United’s young stars, many of whom are already facing intense scrutiny and pressure to perform. By heeding his warnings and staying focused on their goals, they can avoid the pitfalls that derailed Januzaj’s own career and go on to achieve great things at the club.

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