Marouane Fellaini remains undecided regarding his Manchester United future, according to the usually reliable Sky Sports News.
As of yet, the Belgium international hasn’t put pen to paper on a new contract at Old Trafford, and his current deal expires this summer.
That means he’ll be free to talk to other clubs about the possibility of signing on a free transfer, leaving United with no transfer fee if he does walk away.
Fellaini, 30, has been at the Theatre of Dreams since 2013 when David Moyes signed him on transfer deadline day, but, I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if he left the club when summer rolls around.
Let’s be honest, what’s keeping him here? More often than not, the fans have been on his back rather than supporting him, so why not go somewhere else, where he’ll be admired.
Personally, though, I’d be sad to see him go. Fellaini gives us a different option in certain situations, and having his versatility in and around the squad is never a bad thing. He may not be your typical Manchester United player, but over the years, he’s come up trumps on plenty of occasions and he’ll be missed.