Man Utd would let Fellaini go for free as talks continue

From BBC - November 15, 2017

Manchester United are prepared to let Marouane Fellaini leave for nothing at the end of the season rather than sell the midfielder in January.

Fellaini's contract expires on 30 June and while United began talks with the Belgian over a new deal last season, so far there has been no agreement.

The 29-year-old rejected United's latest offer in September.

Fellaini, who joined United for 27m in August 2013, was then manager David Moyes' first significant signing.

It is understood Fellaini gave up 4m in bonuses in order to ensure the transfer went through.

His fortunes at United have fluctuated. He was booed by his own supporters in December 2016 when he warmed up as a substitute during a game against Tottenham at Old Trafford.


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