Former Chelsea star Kevin De Bruyne has spoken of his delight that Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj has opted to represent Belgium. Januzaj had been at the centre of a mass debate over which country he would opt to represent at international level with a number of different possibilities available to the teenager. The Man United star could have represented Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, Turkey and England, when he would qualify for citizenship in 2016, but Januzaj has opted for his country of birth, Belgium, and could be picked for this summer’s World Cup in Brazil. Januzaj’s decision has delighted Belgium international and Wolfsburg midfielder De Bruyne, who believes the 19-year-old to be a “very good young player”, although hinted that he believes the Man United star may have to wait to make his mark for the national side. It’s good for our national team. He is a very good young player. In the future, he can help us,” he told RTBF.  “Now, regarding the World Cup, will he get selected? It is the coach who makes the selections.” Januzaj has made 32 appearances in all competitions for the Red Devils this season, starting 17 and scoring four goals. Read more Chelsea transfer news.