Real Sociedad winger Adnan Januzaj has sent a warning message to Manchester ahead of his side’s Europa League tie.
The former United academy product who is excited to face the Red devisl has warned there will no friendship on the pitch once the game begins as he wants his side to edge the tie.
Reflecting on facing Manchester United with Real Sociedad in the Europa League later this week, Adnan Januzaj told ESPN: “I don’t have to prove to anyone, I know my qualities.
“I don’t have to prove to anyone how good I am, I just have to believe in myself, get my games and be happy.
“I’m really happy to go back there, the club I love. Once I’m on the pitch, there’s going to be no friends because obviously, I’m playing for another club now and also I want to win the game.
“I want to go through with my team. I’m really happy to go back there to see the people but once I’m on the pitch there will be no friends.”
Januzaj broke into the United first team after emerging from the academey, but failed to fulfill expectations and left the club in 2017 to move to Spain.
The Red Devils take on the La Liga side on Thursday and the clash will be played at Juventus’ Allianz Stadium because of Covid-19 restrictions.