Man Utd News: No new contract as midfielder plans to leave Old Trafford for free during the summer


Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has agreed to join Turkish side Besiktas once the current season comes to an end – as per reports.

Fellaini joined Manchester United during the 2013-14 season and since then he has struggled to cement his place in the first team setup. This season the Belgian International has played only 16 games across all competitions and has now decided to move out of Old Trafford in order to get regular first-team football.

Fellaini has been subject to transfer interests from a series of European clubs but according to Fotomac, the midfielder has agreed to join Turkish side Besiktas once his current deal at Manchester United expires.
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Jose Mourinho was planning to offer the player with a new contract at the club – according to rumours, but it seems that Fellaini has already made up his mind to move out of England.
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Fellaini has been affected a couple of injuries this season as a result of which he has made only 12 appearances in the Premier League this season.

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