Manchester United determined to keep Marouane Fellaini despite rejected contract

Manchester United determined to keep Marouane Fellaini despite rejected contract

He joined a united last summer for a then world record fee of £89m and has scored 11 times in 55 matches, winning the EFL Cup, Community Shield and Europa League, including getting through Man of the Match award in the latter. The Red Devils have struggled off late, and Jose Mourinho will use the winter transfer window to address key shortcomings in his squad.

Fellaini has a good relationship with Mourinho, having emerged as a pivotal member of his side since the Portuguese took charge as boss in 2016.

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He was unpopular with the fans when he first arrived at Old Trafford in a £27.5million move from Everton.

Fellaini has garnered a reputation as a tough-tackling, no-nonsense midfielder who can break down opposition attacks.

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There is already big interest in him from Besiktas in Turkey.

Fenerbahce are hoping to complete a double swoop for Manchester United pair Luke Shaw and Marouane Fellaini.

Pogba looked to be finally repaying the faith that manager, Jose Mourinho showed in him last season by shelling out £89m for his services, as the 24-year-old displayed excellent performances at the beginning of the season before injury curtailed his progress.

The Frenchman has started only sporadically this season, but has made telling contributions off the bench to net six times, and lay on six more assists, across all competitions.

The 20-year-old is said to have "greatly impressed United staff in the 11 months since making his debut for Valencia in December", per Delaney, who also raises the possibility of a player plus cash deal involving Andreas Pereira, who is now on loan at Valencia. United might not want to sell the midfielder to a rival club, but they could be persuaded by the prospect of signing Ozil.

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