On Monday, it was reported that Arsenal's newly appointed boss Unai Emery had held talks with the Belgium regarding a potential move to the Emirates. However, according to the Sun, the Gunners - like Inter - have turned since down the chance to sign the midfielder.
Fellaini is said to want £120,000-a-week plus a signing-on fee, and Emery will instead prioritise securing the long-term future of Aaron Ramsey, whose contract expires next summer.
Nevertheless, according to Paris United, PSG are the latest team to approach Fellaini regarding a move. It's claimed the Ligue 1 champions are prepared to offer the 30-year-old a contract worth €5m-a-year.
PSG's sporting director Antero Henrique believes the deal to be a bargain due to Fellaini's contract situation. However, the club's newly appointed boss Thomas Tuchel is unconvinced.
Fellaini arrived at Old Trafford from Everton in 2013 under David Moyes for a hefty £27.5m fee. He's made a total of 156 appearances for United since the move, scoring 20 and assisting 10.
The versatile Belgium made just five league starts in 2017/18 and has frequently been criticised for his ungainly style. He is reported to have turned down the option of remaining at Old Trafford with a 12-month deal.