Belgian media: AC Milan in for 'hurt' Marouane Fellaini
- Fellaini hasn't been fancied by Solskjaer.
- He is said to be 'hurt' by Mourinho exit.
- Porto FC and Guangzhou Evergrande are linked, as well.
- Before them, a Fenerbahce rumour existed, too.
Belgian media outlet Het Nieuwsblad link AC Milan to Marouane Fellaini who is said to have been 'hurt' by Jose Mourinho's exit last month. However dramatic it sounds, his 'hurt' could be easily explained by his apparent fall in the pecking order. He's only played 28 minutes since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge of the club.
The Italian giants (not too gigantic these days) were very keen on the Belgian last season when it all pointed towards Fellaini's exit on a free. However, Jose Mourinho got his wish and the club bowed down to the head coach's demands and gave the player a new two-year deal. Fellaini played a rather big role under Mourinho despite injuries.
Porto FC and Guangzhou Evergrande are also said to be interested in the 31-year-old. The problem could be the player's wages though. For AC Milan a transfer fee could also be a big deal. They almost got themselves booted out of the Europa League last summer (didn't take too long before crashed out by themselves) for Financial Fair Play breaches.
The midfielder has also recently been rumoured to leave for Fenerbahce. He was said to be fine with a transfer to the Turkish league after having learnt Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had no plans for him.