Paris Saint-Germain Offer €5m-A-Year Contract To Fellaini

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Players of tremendous ability are met with equally big demands, and the chance to switch sides is often too tempting to resist, particularly if the outfit in question is an upcoming powerhouse as well as a lucrative side.

It is this ethos in particular that PSG have been pursuing with strong venom, and their most recent approach is one that has been in the talks for quite a while now. With time running out, the Parisian club might be ready to make the big move after all.

As per Le10 Sport, Paris Saint-Germain are more adamant than ever in ensuring that Marouane Fellaini joins them for free in the summer. The magazine affirmed that the Ligue 1 giants are prepping a ‘concrete offer in the coming days’.

With mere months left on his current United contract, it seems highly unlikely that the Belgian international will pen down an extended deal.

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As of such, the move to the French side will certainly be a welcome one, even if breaking through into regular first-team action might prove to be a challenging task.

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The source added that PSG’s offer at hand is believed to be worth about €5-6million a year after taxes over a four-year period. This might be too tempting for the 30-year-old to refuse.

However, the Qatari-backed side won’t find it an easy task to lure the prolific central midfielder, with Besiktas, Juventus, AC Milan, and as of recent, Roma too, considered to be in heavy pursuit to secure Fellaini’s signature.

Further, with Jose Mourinho’s assurance that their next signing will be that of a midfielder, it appears that an Old Trafford without the former Everton man is already a scenario that is running in the gaffer’s mind.

As of such, where will he elect to go for his next gig when summer dawns?

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