Liverpool Have Offered Marouane Fellaini A Three-Year Contract
At this point, with his contract up in the summer, it's surely a given that Marouane Fellaini will be leaving Manchester United this summer.
Galatasaray, Besiktas, Roma and Paris Saint-Germain have all been heavily linked with the Belgium midfielder but now, in the most surprising transfer news in a long time, reports from L'Equipe say Liverpool have not only registered an interest in the 30-year old but they have a three-year contract on the table for him. Madness!
BREAKING: Marouane Fellaini has been approached by Liverpool and offered a 3 year contract. The Belgian becomes a free agent in the summer. [L'Equipe] pic.twitter.com/5MWdAMHwD7
- Anfield Edition (@AnfieldEdition) April 8, 2018
L'Equipe reporting that Liverpool are ready to offer Marouane Fellaini a three year contract to join them this summer.
Time for bed i think. pic.twitter.com/YkIM3q1boB
- Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) April 8, 2018
"Liverpool have offered a contract to Marouane Fellaini." pic.twitter.com/IpOu2TzFH8
- Mubashir (@CallMeMubzy) April 8, 2018
L'Equipe reporting that Liverpool will offer Marouane Fellaini a three-year contract in the summer. pic.twitter.com/cwuRcn8Uv1
- Coral (@Coral) April 8, 2018
According to L'Equipe, #LFC are set to offer Marouane Fellaini a three-year contract this summer.
Wait, what. pic.twitter.com/PKQxpYnX9c
- Jack Lusby (@jacklusby_) April 8, 2018
With Emre Can looking likely to move on for nothing in the summer, you'd think the Reds are on the look for a central midfielder.
Yet there are about 300 midfield players better suited to their playing style than Fellaini.
Throw in the fact he currently plays for Manchester United - and he is a former Everton player and you have potentially one of the most unpopular signings ever. It literally doesn't make any sense at all.
Since making the move to Old Trafford in 2013, Fellaini has made 151 appearances for United, scoring 19 goals and lifting three trophies.
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