DEAL AGREED: Fellaini Agrees Deal To Join Champions League Side Besiktas

Marouane Fellaini celebrates scoring.

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It has been a while since the contract situation of Marouane Fellaini hit up a cloud of mere extension talks. However, Besiktas have reportedly agreed on a deal to secure the midfielder in the forthcoming transfer window. [Via Fotomac]

The Belgian would hit the free transfer list by the summer, with his current contract at United meeting its deadline by the end of this campaign.

The Super Lig side is reportedly looking forward to exploiting the circumstances in order to procure the services of Jose Mourinho’s valuable asset.

The 30-year-old experienced arduous first few seasons at United following his £27.5 million move from Everton back in 2013, but he then fancied a meteoric rise under the Special One, who still perceives him as a key cog in the midfield line.

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The Portuguese tactician, resolute to avert losing Fellaini, had conveyed to the celebrated figure subjectively how profoundly he’s appraised at the club.

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Regardless, the Belgium international had set his sights on greener pastures elsewhere, where he could win plenty game-time to hone up his capabilities and draw out his entire potential.

The talented midfielder has been linked with Besiktas for a while now. Nevertheless, the Black Eagles have reportedly agreed to a deal as of now, which would see the Belgian travelling to Turkey over the summer.

With Michael Carrick hanging up his boots and the former Everton man’s likely departure, the United gaffer would have to cope up with the troublesome experience of losing two of his experienced centre midfielders concurrently.

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