AC Milan set to sign Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini this summer

AC Milan set to sign Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini this summer

- Marouane Fellaini might consider dumping Manchester United for another European club side this summer

- The 30-year-old has played fewer games at Old Trafford this season and this has caused him to delay on signing a new contract

- He is wanted by AC Milan and few other clubs once this season ends this month

Italian club side AC Milan are reportedly planning to sign Marouane Fellaini at the end of this season according to Calcio Mercato.

The Belgian international is said to be unhappy at the club over his lack of enough playing time and he will be open to joining another club this summer.

He has also vowed not to sign a new contract with the Red Devils unless he is offered a two year extension at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, the Italian side are monitoring his situation at the Theatre of Dreams and will ready to accommodate him should he make up his mind to quit his present club.

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However, his manager, Jose Mourinho has expressed his interest in keeping the 30-year-old beyond this season, but the player has not agreed on a new contract.

Although, United fans would be happy to see the Belgian gone at the end of the season to give room for a new player to come ahead of the coming season.

The likes of PSG, Juventus, Monaco and Besiktas have also shown interest in signing the player, while the Chinese Super League is also in contention for his signature.

Fellaini joined Manchester United from Everton in 2013 in a deal valued at € 32.4 million and he has scored 12 goals in 125 topflight appearances for the Red Devils.

He started his senior career at Belgian side, Standard Liège in 2006 and two years after, he was signed by Premier League side, Everton in 2008.

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The 30-year-old spent five seasons at the Goodison Park, appearing 141 times with 25 goals to his credit before joining the Old Trafford outfit.

He has been very instrumental to Jose Mourinho’s side, as scored the winning goal in their 2-1 victory over Arsenal earlier this month.

Fellaini is yet to win a Premier League title in his career, but he was a member of the team that won the Europa League title last year.

He also has an FA Cup, EFL title and a Community Shield to show for his stay at United.

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