He could well be set to become one of the most talked about players of the summer but we at the Football Transfer Tavern are concentrating on the fact that according to Goal.com, Marouane Fellani has attempted to rally his side ahead of the weekend.
The Belgian international has seen himself become one of the main players in David Moyes’ high flying team and attracted interest from a host of sides to boot.
Ahead of the clash which is vital for both teams to maintain their pushes for the top spot and a top four spot respectively, Fellani noted that “Every game against Manchester United is a good game. It’s a big challenge but everyone wants to play Champions League so it is important to keep going and win every game.”
The goal scorer was of course the match winner when the sides met all the way back at the start of the season and also bagged himself a brace in the high scoring 4-4 draw at Old Trafford last term. He concluded his interview with the Toffees official site by expressing his happiness at the spirit in the club, saying: “It’s difficult to win when you make a mistake but Everton have good spirit and try to win every game at home. It was a good point.” He finally made reference to his goal scoring by telling the site that “every game I try to give my maximum and to score goals. It’s not just me – the players and supporters help, everything is important.”