Manchester United are enjoying life under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with the Red Devils playing a free-flowing, attacking style which is just brilliant to see.
One player who has seemingly fallen out-of-favour under the Norwegian is Marouane Fellaini. After becoming an integral squad member with Jose Mourinho at the helm, while also signing a new Red Devils contract, the Belgian is probably feeling rather frustrated right now.
Apparently, the Super Lig side are showing ‘serious interest’ in the ex-Everton man, offering him an eighteen-month contract worth £6.7million.
The early reaction from Fellaini’s camp is that the player would be interested in a move to Turkey, and who could blame him? The regular playing time coupled with a hefty wage packet is certainly an attractive proposition, and if the deal could get done in January, I believe it’d make sense for all involved.
I’ve always said that Fellaini gets a lot of unfair stick from some United fans, and at times