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02/05/2018 - 10:52 BST

I Would Have No Problem In China, Says Manchester United Star

 




Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has insisted that he is open to moving to China in the summer if he decides to leave Old Trafford.

Fellaini is out of contract at the end of the season and Manchester United have made a last ditch attempt to keep him at the club by renewing talks over a new deal.




The midfielder is yet to agree fresh terms with the club despite Jose Mourinho’s interest in keeping him in the squad and a number of clubs are lining him up on a free transfer.

Besiktas and Galatasaray are interested in taking him to Turkey and he also has offers from Italy, with clubs such as Roma, Inter and Juventus believed to be keen on him.

 


Fellaini also has suitors in the Chinese Super League and the midfielder stressed that he would not mind moving to the Asian country as he is fond of experiencing different cultures.  

Speaking to Voetbal Magazine about a potential move to China, the Belgian said: “I am open to everything.

“I wouldn’t face a problem with life in China.

"I love to discover other places and culture and I would not go there alone.

“If I go my family will also accompany me.”


Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho has sounded more confident about holding on to Fellaini in recent days after it seemed certain that the midfielder would be leaving.