Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United have been trending upwards.
The Red Devils have returned to the flashy, free-flowing football that is always expected at Old Trafford. That’s all down to a change-in-tact from the manager.
Although it’s benefitting the likes of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford, there are some who haven’t really been able to get a look-in under the new regime. Perhaps the biggest example of that is Marouane Fellaini, with the Belgian only making two appearances under the Norwegian manager so far…
After only recently signing a new contract, that’s probably disappointing for Fellaini. Now, it seems as though some clubs are weighing up a move for the 31-year-old. That’s according to reports in Belgium, namely from Het Nieuwsblad (translated by SportBIBLE).
They say that AC Milan, FC Porto and Guangzhou Evergrande are interested in signing Fellaini should he become available.
I’ve always stated that Fellaini has had an unfair time of it by United fans. He’s always given his all for the badge, and more often than not the midfielder plays well. However, now is the time to let him go. This is likely his last big career move, and if the Red Devils want to get some sort of transfer fee for him, this is probably going to be the final chance.