Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj will select Belgium as the country he’ll play for if Belgium adds him to their World Cup squad, according to a report today on a Belgium website.
The newspaper says that a source close to the family said that Januzaj would choose Belgium as his national team if Belgium coach Marc Wilmots selects the Manchester United footballer for the World Cup 2014 squad. Belgium currently sit on top of their group, and a win later this week against Croatia will seal their qualification for World Cup 2014.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- If Belgium will add Adnan Januzaj to World Cup squad, Januzaj will choose Belgium — Nieuwsblad
- Ghana ask for Egypt World Cup play-off to be moved to neutral venue — The Guardian
- Craig Bellamy set to retire from international duty with Wales — Manchester Evening News
- Why England should not follow the European model of “B Teams” competing in the lower leagues — ESPN FC
- Road to Brazil 2014 – Protests in Rio, Sao Paulo; Valcke Keeps Pressure on Organisers — World Football Insider
- Sir Trevor Brooking and the English FA’s “structural damage” — ESPN FC
- Germans push for late World Cup 2022 kick-off in Qatar — The Mail
- Arsenal duo Arsene Wenger and Aaron Ramsey win Premier League monthly awards — Sky Sports
- Lukaku: “I want to prove Mourinho wrong by scoring more than the Chelsea forwards” — Nieuwsblad
- Clarke Carlisle: Why footballers are paid so much — BBC Sport
- Mark Halsey claims the majority of elite referees are not fit to officiate in the Premier League — Telegraph
- Graham Poll attacks Mark Halsey for ‘betraying referee’s fraternity’ — The Guardian
- Cardiff City fans face five-match ban if they don’t sit down — Wales Online
- Strengths and weaknesses of Mackay’s Cardiff City — EPL Index
- AT&T U-verse subscribers can now stream live TV on iPhone, iPad — Apple Insider
- Hillsborough shame worsens as evidence of police cover-up deepens — Inside World Football
- Manchester United reduce ticket prices for travelling supporters — Independent
- La Liga sides could go on strike in an effort to force a fairer distribution of television funding — Independent
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