Manchester United are ready to let go Belgian player Marouane Fellaini on a permanent basis. Reports suggest that the club has already declined AC Milan’s offer of a loan deal for the player. United are looking for a permanent sale of the player at £24million.
This, however, is not the first time that Louis Van Gaal is willing to let go of the Belgian player on a permanent basis, according to The Mirror.
Fellaini is not happy with the amount of chances he is getting at United under Van Gaal and is actively looking for an escape route from Old Trafford. Fellaini is often used by Van Gaal as a second option and United fans have not warmed up to the player.
Fellaini as such has been given a full 90 minutes of game time only once in the premier league. The 6ft4in midfielder has had to prove his worth to the club time and again, be it his 6 penalty goals for the clubs Champions League qualification or his performance in United’s 3-2 victory against Wolfsburg.