Manchester United and Belgian holding midfielder Marouane Fellaini remains reluctant to extend his contract with the Red Devils according to reports.
Marouane Fellaini has been a source of transfer rumours since last winter as he is believed to be moving out of the club in the summer and according to reports which emanated from the theatre of Dreams in the early hours of today via Daily Star, the Belgian has rejected a Mouthwatering £140,000-a-week contract offer from United.
After three times heart-to-heart talks with Mourinho, Fellaini remains unconvinced with the manager’s contract offer, therefore wanting to push through with his decision to end his five-year spell with the 19-time Premier League winners.
Meanwhile, The 30-year-old was among the goalscorers in the crunch tie against Arsenal in Wenger’s last trip to Old Trafford. Fellaini, who was subbed in by Mourinho in the second half, gave Mourinho the deserved lead in the 91st minute.
He would be out of contract in the summer and many clubs have shown interest in signing the tall players. Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Monaco, West Ham and Leicester are all reportedly eyeing a possible move for the former Everton star.
Though Mourinho hasn’t given up on keeping him for another season with the club, he might need to add to his midfielders in the summer should he fail in his bid to convince the Belgian international.