Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has refused to rule out a move to the Chinese Super League.
He has enjoyed an impressive season at Old Trafford, becoming a key first-team player under Jose Mourinho and playing a role in three trophies won the campaign.
The Belgian has scored goals in the Europa League and EFL Cup semi-finals and even captained the team against Sunderland, however, it was the Europa League final which truly showcased his ability to shine as he completely controlled the game.
However, when asked if he would make the move to China when the window reopens on June 19, Fellaini has kept his options open claiming he’d consider a move.
“In China? Why not?” he said.
“I’m now a Manchester United player, but I do not rule out such a transfer in the future.”
He was signed David Moyes on deadline day in 2013 and had failed to endear himself to supporters after a string of disappointing performances and was even booed by sections of the Old Trafford faithful earlier in the campaign.
Nevertheless, he’s turned it around as Mourinho has stood by him, and has thrived underneath the Portuguese boss with a likely option of triggering a new one-year contract extension in January.