Fellaini to reveal next move after impasse over new deal at United

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GETTY Man Utd news Marouane Fellaini has accepted a lower wage to remain at Old Trafford

(Which is very ironic, because Lebron actually went to a new team with his "Decision.") Today saw multiple reports confirming that Fellaini is indeed staying at Old Trafford, on a lucrative two year deal.

"Soon I will say where I will be playing next season".

"Respected Belgian journalist Kristof Terreur verified the news by tweeting", Marouane Fellaini and Manchester United are close to an agreement over a new deal".

One of the main sticking issues of Fellaini's contract standoff had been the length of deal on offer, with United thought to be offering a one year deal with an option for a further year, whereas other clubs were offering more guaranteed contracts.

The Belgian's contract expires in three days and it has been expected for some time that he would depart after five seasons at Old Trafford having failed to strike an agreement with the club over a new financial package.

The 30-year-old, who joined United from Everton in 2013, is now at the World Cup preparing for Belgium's final group game against England.

A number of clubs have been linked to the player, with Turkish giants Galatasaray thought to hold the strongest interest mainly due to the fact they tried to get him last summer.

'The entire staff is doing everything they can to make me stay, ' he said.

'I know where I'm going to play next year and that does not affect my performance at World Cup,' said Fellaini.

With Brazilian midfielder Fred coming in, Fellaini will most likely be the second choice central midfielder for United now.

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