Man United transfer news: Club representatives hold talks with Fellaini’s agent in England, €5m sign on fee and €4m per-season demanded from Super Lig giants

Man United transfer news: Club representatives hold talks with Fellaini’s agent in England, Super Lig giants push for January transfer

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini continues to face an uncertain future at Old Trafford.

The Belgium international has under 12 months remaining on his contract and has yet to sign a new deal.

Fellaini has had no shortage of interest from Turkey.

A source close to Fellaini revealed to Turkish-Football that Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas have all held talks recently with his agent in England.

All three clubs have made an offer for the 29-year-old.

Fellaini wants a €5 million sign on fee and €4 million per season, negotiations are ongoing.

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The interested clubs want the United star on a free transfer but are prepared to offer a sign on fee.

The powerful midfielder is aware that this could be his last lucrative long term contract deal in the UEFA zone.

Besiktas have won the league title for the past two seasons and are currently first in the Champions League Group G.

Galatasaray meanwhile are five points clear of Besiktas at the top of the Super Lig table.

Fenerbahce have struggled for form this season and will be investing over the winter transfer window as they look to strengthen the squad.

Besiktas club press officer Metin Albayrak confirmed interest in Fellaini and revealed that he has been scouted.

“Transfer plans never end, we are always working,” Albayrak was quoted by Turkish-Football as saying: 

“Fellaini is on our list, we have made efforts to sign him but not just him.”

Black Eagles sport director Ali Naibi meanwhile down the reports claiming that there is nothing concrete yet.

“Reports in England claim we are interested in Fellaini because his brother has come to watch a couple of our games but I must be honest and say there is nothing concrete with the player or Manchester United,” Besiktas’ director of sport Ali Naibi told Calciomercato.