Marouane Fellaini on the brink of leaving Manchester United


Fellaini is a physically imposing midfielder known for his combative displays, aerial threat and ability to wind up opposition players.

Fellaini has spent four seasons at United after arriving in September 2013 from Everton and has made 133 appearances for the Red Devils, winning one FA Cup and Europa league titles with them.

On Saturday, Galatasaray director Cenk Ergun said his club were "close" to agreeing a deal for Fellaini.

"It's easier for Galatasaray to get me than Marouane".

Fellaini was also linked with a move to AC Milan and Inter showed last December however Mourinho chose to keep him at the club.

"Fellaini will leave Manchester United and he is now in our radar", Ergun told Ajansspor.

Luke Shaw is not Mourinho's favourite player, to put it nicely, meaning that he, Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind and a-another will battle it out again this season.

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No sooner had Manchester United touched back down on British soil than they were back on their back on their travels once more as their gruelling pre-season continued.

Romelu Lukaku starts on the bench for United, as does Anthony Martial.

Of course, Jose could also just be playing hardball in order to get more money for Marouane in order to buy another player perhaps but it's more likely that the manager will stick to his words. "For them, scoring goals is always important".

Jose Mourinho brought Lukaku in at the start of the second half and the Belgian wasted no time to double the Red Devils lead.

Pereira's namesake, goalkeeper Joel, is thought of very highly at Old Trafford while the likes of Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Demetri Mitchell did well in the two full-back positions in the second half.