It's been a crazy season for Manchester United, yet there's been one bright spot for David Moyes and his struggling side. The emergence of teenage prospect, Adnan Januzaj. The youngster is one that not many football fans had heard of prior to this season, but he has become a first team regular, and has quite often been United's biggest attacking threat this season, but are they putting too much pressure on the young man's shoulders?
Adnan has scored some vital goals and created many chances for his fellow players this season, and at eighteen he has many years to develop and progress in to a world class player. Cristiano Ronaldo was a prospect of similar sorts once, yet he is now one of the world's best players. Players improve when at Old Trafford, and luckily he should do just that at United as he receny signed a long contract, easing the fans' worries.
With United's two star men, Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney struggling to stay fit this season, Adnan has played a far bigger role than anybody could have imagined. Hopefuy for his sake they can get fit and remain so, as this deadly trio look to play together on a consistent basis. If these three players learn to play together then United will no longer have to depend on the young Adnan, and they will in turn reap the rewards.
It's easy to say Moyes isn't good enough, but he's had enough bad luck that even Sir Alex Ferguson would have struggled some this season. Luckily he has a young star on his hands, and if nurtured correctly, he could become their greatest player, and possibly an elite player.