Marouane Fellaini has signalled that he will still be at Manchester United next season following much speculations about his future.

Fellaini, whose current contract at Old Trafford runs out at the end of this season, has been seriously linked with away move since last summer.

 The Belgium international has been linked with Turkish move as Besiktas and Galatasaray are both interested in the midfielder.

The 30-year-old, who scored a stoppage-time winner in Sunday’s 2-1 victory over Arsenal, is believed to be unhappy at United due to lack of first-team football.

However, on Sunday United boss Jose Mourinho has hinted that the former Everton star is close to signing a new contract.

Furthermore, Fellaini himself reveals he is already looking forward to another season after outlining plans to bring the title back to Old Trafford.


“I think it is good for the team. We have the three points, we are sure to participate in the Champions League,” Fellaini told reporters.

“We have to continue, we have three games to prepare for the final. Of course, a club like Man United have to be in the Champions League. But we have to improve.”

“I think next season is a big season for us. It will be the third year of the manager so we have to try to win the league.”

Fellaini was signed by former United manager David Moyes from Everton in 2013 for £27.5 million deal.

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