Marouane Fellaini will not be short of options when he leaves Manchester United in the summer, as SIX clubs are reportedly interested in signing him.
Jose Mourinho has been desperate to see him stay, having even gotten the club’s officials to offer him a new and improved contract.
However, the midfielder turned it down, and is now in search of a new challenge elsewhere.
According to reports in The Mirror, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Monaco, Besiktas, West Ham, and Leicester City have all shown an eagerness to snap him up, and have been in contact with the player’s representatives.
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The report also mentions that David Moyes is keen on signing Fellaini for the third time, having first brought him to the Premier League with Everton, and then Manchester United. He would apparently be disappointed if the Belgian opts against another reunion, but that seems likely to be the case.
The 30-year-old seems destined to leave England, and might prefer a move to Paris Saint-Germain or Juventus, where he will be guaranteed a weekly wage more than the current £80,000-a-week he earns at the Theatre of Dreams.
The towering midfielder has made 153 appearances for the club across five seasons, scoring 19 goals in the process. He leaves behind a mixed legacy, having not always been on the best side of the fans.