The Daily Express is reporting that Manchester United’s Belgian Midfielder, Marouane Fellaini has agreed personal terms with Serie A giants, AC Milan even though the two clubs are not close to an agreement. Milan are said to favour an initial loan deal with the option to buy at the end of the loan but United are said to favour a straight cash deal and have placed a price tag of €20 million on the player they signed for £27.5 million on transfer deadline day in 2013.
The player has only made five starts in the Premier League this term and feels his place in the Belgium team to Euro 2016 may be under threat if the situation doesn’t change. The midfielder would have expected to play a much bigger role this season given the big role he played in Man United’s surge up the table in the second half of last season which resulted in the club qualifying for the Champions league qualification.
He was especially impressive in wins against Liverpool and Manchester City in which he scored a goal. With the players replacing him on the pitch not particularly impressive, he must be wondering what he must do to get a run in the team. He will be hoping the clubs come to an agreement so he can build his form and cement a starting spot in the Belgian team at the Euros.