Manchester United and Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini is set to move out of Old Trafford after six years at the Premier league club. The player’s contract will expire by the end of this season and United are hoping to extend his stay by one year but the player reportedly turned down the offer has he seems to have made-up his mind to move to a new environment ahead of the 2018-19 season.
According to Corriere dello Sport in the early hours of today, the 30-year-old is being linked with a move to AS Roma despite interest from Turkish giants Besiktas. According to the Roma’s sporting director, Monchi, it will be a great achievement should the club succeed in bringing the player to Rome in the summer.
With both Kevin Strootman’s and Rada Nainggolan’s contracts set to expire, Roma have no other option but to find capable replacements for both players and they Believe the Belgian will be a perfect addition to their midfield setup.
Fellaini has had a season to forget as he faces lots of injuries problems, lost of form and lack of first-team action. He would be hoping he rejuvenate his career next season.