Manchester United player and Belgian attacker, Maraoune Fellaini has officially acknowledged for the very first time that he might not accept a Manchester United new deal, with the midfielder slowly running out of contract, which is set to expire at the end of the season.
The Red Devils’ boss Jose Mourinho has previously made his intention to keep the Belgian midfielder very clear, and has advised the club’s board to give a new contract, in the hope to extend the attacker’s stay at Old Trafford.
Fellaini, who currently earns £75,000-a-week, was offered £100,000-a-week by United, and was positive the Belgian would accept.
Later in the week, the 30-year-old admitted that he had just rejected United’s offer and was hoping they would bring in a tempting offer shortly. Check out freebets.org for the best odds in the Premier League yet to come and cheap soccer cleats.
Fellaini said: “Honestly, I don’t know, I have something in my head but I cannot tell you,” when asked where he will be next season. “This is my tenth season in England. Except for the very first at Manchester, I only knew good times. It always takes several years for your ties to be forged. I know everyone here, that’s nice.”
“I’m still here. If Manchester did not want me anymore, they would have said that for a long time. They made a proposal, probably one will follow. Whether I will accept it I do not know. You cannot arrange something like that quickly.”
He confirmed Mourinho knows the decision he has taken on his future: “We talked about it (with Mourinho),” he added.: The coach is someone who respects the decisions of his players.”
Several clubs from Europe have been linked to get a signature from Fellaini, whose appearance for the Reds Devils was last month due to a knee injury he acquired.