Marouane Fellaini is still uncertain as to whether he’ll stay at Old Trafford or make a move away, according to reports.
The Belgian international was offered a new contract back in September, but he declined the offer, and since then, has been regularly mooted to make a move to Turkey.
However, in his recent interview with HUMO, the 30-year-old stated that he believes the Red Devils might make another contract proposal in order to keep him at Old Trafford.
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However, he also added that for the time being, he remains unsure about his future, and will only make a decision later on.
“Man United made me a contract proposal and I think they will make an another one. I don’t know yet if I’ll accept it – we will see. We (Fellaini and Mourinho) talked about it. The coach is someone who respects the decisions of his players,” said the player.
The former Everton man has struggled to find a spot in Mourinho’s starting XI since he suffered a medial ligament knee injury in United’s clash against Southampton on September 23.
Shane Long’s horrendous tackle left the towering Belgian limping, and the United star believes that it could have been a lot worse.
“The inner ligaments were hit. A month later I played against Chelsea. But three weeks later against Brighton I felt pain again. I decided not to take risks. I train again, but not at 100 percent,” Fellaini added.
“It is not an easy period, but good, that’s how it goes in football. And it could have been worse: two weeks before Bosnia, there was that attack by Shane Long. Have not you seen that? Do you see how crazy luck I’ve had? He could have broken my leg!”