Jose Mourinho concerned over future of star midfielder after he stalls new contract

Jose Mourinho wants new deal for Marouane Fellaini to fend off interest

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Manchester United are believed to be panicking over the future of Marouane Fellaini as the midfielder is yet to agree on an alleged new contract offer.

Fellaini’s current contract is set to end toward the end of the season and if United can’t accomplish another deal before Jan. 1, the 29-year-old will be open to signing a pre-contract with another club.

The Belgium midfielder is having a fine beginning to his United career under Mourinho this season as he is been given a prominent part of the squad and has procured the position of injured Paul Pogba ahead of Herrera and Carrick. Fellaini’s current performance for the last two seasons has pulled in interest from a lot of European clubs, with Galatasaray and cash-rich Chinese league to name a few.

The United boss Jose Mourinho is said to be an immense enthusiast of Fellaini’s capabilities and wants the Belgium midfielder to stay in his initial first team plan in years to come and wants to tie him up to another agreement before the end of the current year.

Talks are purportedly advancing between the club and the player, but it has now reported that Fellaini is understood to be unsatisfied with United’s present offer and supposedly slowed down the deal as of now.

United have a club policy that if a player comes to in his thirty, the board just offers the player an extension of one year only, however, Fellaini and his agent are accepted to be not content with such conditions and allegedly want a long-term deal to remain at Old Trafford.

Since last season, Mourinho has constantly protected the big Belgian after huge numbers of the United fans questioned the player and even booed him once. The connection between the manager and the player is currently fantastic and both of them conceded that they would like to see each other in Manchester for a long haul. And if the circumstance and their great expert relationship are taken for, one might say that today or tomorrow, Fellaini will positively agree to a new agreement at the club to stay put his United term for one more year at least.

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