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Fellaini to Fight to Save United Career!

Representing his country over in Brazil, the Belgian midfielder Marouane Felliani has decreed he`s not giving up on his United career without a fight.

Rumours have suggested that Manchester United could be prepared to offload the player, who cost 27.5 million from Everton last summer, for as little as 15 million.

However, despite a disappointing first season at Old Trafford, Fellaini has remarked,

"I want to meet Van Gaal and look him straight in the eye."

"I am not playing at this World Cup for a transfer."

"I feel good at Manchester United. I have to admit that this season was one which I want to forget as quickly as possible. But I am still the same Marouane."

"There are positives and negative sides to the story of last season."

"One big reason was that I got injured and the team never got going into a good playing style."

"Because I know the reasons behind it all, I am not focussing on a transfer or a way to get out of Manchester United."

"I have a lot of respect for Louis van Gaal."

But the big question remains is whether our new gaffer believes that Marouane Fellaini is part of his future plans!

Your thoughts on the subject would be most appreciated.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 23 2014

Time: 9:25AM

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I personally reckon Fellaini is the sort of player Van Gaal will love. A hard working, box-to-box midfielder who is capable of playing football when actually utilised to play football. Last season was a season to forget, it's unfair to make any conclusions on any player based on last year alone. I'm optimistic this year that Van Gaal will get the best out of Fellaini and we'll discover an even better player than we thought we were getting.
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23/06/2014 10:57:00

I'll give him another season but I am far from convinced that he offers us anything other than a physical presence and even then he tends to shy away from some tackles. But who knows what van Gaal can get out of him, I'd love to see Fellaini turn his United career around and give 2 fingers to the people like me who doubted him.
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