The Manchester United fans in the Transfer Tavern have been voicing their negative opinions of the 30-year-old midfielder, Marouane Fellaini. The Belgian international did a Q&A for the Manchester United website where he claimed playing against England in Russia will be intense, although the fans are all outraged that he’s still at the club.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) June 1, 2018
Marouane Fellaini has been a player that has divided opinion at Old Trafford since his move from Everton under David Moyes. The dominant midfielder who has become as famed for the use of his elbows as he has for the hate he receives from United fans was set to leave Manchester this summer, although he could now be poised to sign a new deal under Jose Mourinho, despite the fury that would come with it from the United fans.
Fellaini is unlikely to start at the World Cup for Belgium and, quite frankly, is lucky to be in the squad at all. Kevin De Bruyne, Mousa Dembele and Axel Witsel will all likely be ahead of the midfielder this summer, whilst the exclusion of Radja Nainggolan almost certainly is the reason that Fellaini got the call-up in the first place. England will be hoping that Fellaini is given a game when the Three Lions meet Roberto Martinez side in their final group game, and both England and United fans will want to see Fellaini on the losing side.
You can read our angry Red Devils’ Fellaini verdict here:
Why hasn't he left yet?
— Rishab Roy (@FellaBoom) June 1, 2018
Let him leave lads. It’s time to move on.
— (@Rashford101) 1 June 2018
Can you just accept AC Milan offer please
— Ihsan Ananto (@anantosan) June 1, 2018
Yeah that's nice. Now announce his departure now!
— Shihab (@Shihab06) June 1, 2018
You give this man a contract and we riot
— MachieMan (@TheMachieMan) June 1, 2018
WHY HAVEN’T WE SOLD THIS TREE YET!
— ً (@Fredology) June 1, 2018
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Did he tell y'all when he's leaving? That's all we the fans care about.
— Small Boy Big God (@Hisroyaldopenex) June 1, 2018
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