Marouane Fellaini to Liverpool already decided

It is now looking as though it is a matter of when not if Marouane Fellaini will leave Manchester United at the end of the season but his next footballing destination remains a subject of huge speculation.

Fellaini is in the final year of contract with Manchester United but he has stalled over signing a new deal with club, with latest reports heavily linking him with  move to Liverpool. According to report, the Reds are not interested in the services of the versatile Belgian midfield stalwart.

Galatasaray, Roma, Monaco including clubs in China have signified interest to sign the star and he is likely to consider any of his aforementioned clubs as he would be handed more game time. The 30-year-old star has started in only three Premier League despite the praises Mourinho has lavished on him.

Liverpool were reported to be front-runners for his signature  as French newspaper L’Equipe claimed that the Red were prepared to hand him a three-year contract. However, Liverpool Echo have debunked that report and they went further to claim that Jurgen Klopp would rather sign Christian Poulsen that Fellaini.

Liverpool are also on the verge of losing Emre Can and they will not allow the player leave without signing a player in his stead. The major concern of Liverpool could just be the age of Fellaini – the Reds are also yet to replace Philippe Coutinho and so we expect them to be very busy in the transfer window.

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