Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has decided to part ways with the Red Devils upon the expiry of his current contract at the end of June, according to Press Association Sport journalist Mark Mann-Bryans.

Fellaini, who joined United at the start of the 2013/14 season, has played over 150 games for the Red Devils, contributing to 30 goals in the process.

Upon the 30-year-old midfielder's departure from Old Trafford, a number of Manchester United's Premier League rivals could be keen on snapping up the Belgian international, with Arsenal being heavily tipped to try and secure a deal for Fellaini following reports new Gunners boss Unai Emery held talks with the want-away midfielder.

However, despite Fellaini's apparent desire to leave the club, Manchester United remain hopeful the big midfielder will reconsider and sign new terms with the club, as reported by the Belfast Telegraph.


Throughout the 2017/18 campaign, the Belgian international made a total of 23 appearances across all competitions for Jose Mourinho's side, helping them finish second in the Premier League and reach the final of the FA Cup.