AC Milan are thinking about Marouane Fellaini again according to the latest reports. According to Het Nieuwsblad, a Belgian newspaper, the Rossoneri are evaluating the profile of the Manchester United midfielder as a reinforcement for Rino Gattuso's team. AC Milan directors Leonardo and Maldini already seemingly asked informations on the player as the rossoneri had shown interest in him over the past few months too.
With the arrival of coach Solskjaer, who replaced Mourinho at Man United, Fellaini hasn't been used much as a departure seems to be on the cards for the Belgian star. His contract with Red Devils expires in 2020 which means that the cost of a potential operation should be not too expensive for the Rossoneri (even if his wages should be high). Other than Milan, Porto and Guangzhou Evergrande are also interested in Marouane Fellaini as time will tell. Visit Calciomercato.com right now for more general football news on the matter.
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