With just eight games to go in the season, and the title already almost over, attentions are starting to turn towards the transfer window.
Marouane Fellaini will likely be one of the big name movers in the market this summer, with him so far rejecting the opportunity to extend his contract at Manchester United, which expires in just three months.
Despite not always been a fan favourite, especially during the recent game against Sevilla where he was surprisingly selected to start the game despite a lengthy injury, Jose Mourinho seems to love the Belgian, who is often his ‘go-to’ man to play in either a defensive or attacking midfield role.
However, despite Mourinho’s reliance on him and public praise of the midfielder, he still hasn’t extended his deal.
He has been linked with a number of clubs, with Besiktas long thought to be leading to race to sign him up on a free transfer. Then there were surprise reports suggesting that Paris Saint Germain had joined the race for his signature, with some even claiming that he had agreed a deal to move to the French capital.
Now, according to the Daily Mail, there is fresh interest from France, with AS Monaco having expressed an interest in his services.
United, who are already set to lose Michael Carrick through retirement, have been linked with a whole host of midfielders, including Toni Kroos, Marco Verratti, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Jean Michel Seri and Jorginho – to name but a few.
There are also doubts over the future of club record signing Paul Pogba, who could also be allowed to leave the club in order to fund a huge spending spree.