Marouane Fellaini Offered Three-Year Deal By European Giant
With it looking as though Marouane Fellaini will be leaving Manchester United this summer, Italian giants AC Milan are said to be eyeing up a move for the big Belgian.
Galatasaray, Besiktas, Roma, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are just a few of the teams to have been heavily linked with Fellaini but the Rossoneri have also expressed an interest in him.
Fellaini was overlooked completely for United's FA Cup final squad against Chelsea on Saturday and though Jose Mourinho has frequently stated his wish to keep the former Everton man, it now appears to be a given that he will not be remaining at Old Trafford.
And according to Paul Joyce from The Times, Milan, who sealed qualification to next season's Europa League following an emphatic final day win over Fiorentina, have offered Fellaini a three-year contract for him to leave United.
AC Milan looking to poach Fellaini from MUFC. They've offered him a three-year deal. https://t.co/6znuRICXHo
- Paul Hirst (@hirstclass) May 20, 2018
Out of contract in June, the Belgium international's representatives are poised to speak with United again regarding his future and though it's believed his preference is to remain, Milan's proposal is much more lucrative financially.
No confirmation as yet from his clan. An unnamed club was definitely pushing for Marouane Fellaini last week and according to La Dernière Heure it's AC Milan that have offered him a 3 year deal. Lines with United still open, though. #mufc pic.twitter.com/seebSBPahM
- Kristof Terreur :newspaper: (@HLNinEngeland) May 20, 2018
United have offered Marouane Fellaini a one-year contract extension plus the option for a further year. He is holding out for two years + an option. AC Milan have offered the midfielder a three-year deal. #mufc [ESPN]
- United Xtra (@utdxtra) May 20, 2018
The marquee signing of the David Moyes era on deadline day 2013, Fellaini has gone on to make 155 appearances for United, scoring 20 goals and winning three trophies.
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