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Jose Mourinho Still Keen To Agree Deal With Controversial Midfielder

13 June, 2018, 01:06 | Author: Heidi Alvarez
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Former Arsenal winger, Robert Pires has urged the club to sign Manchester United star, Marouane Fellaini this summer.

You would think that Old Trafford and Premier League football would be his first choice destination however the unnamed Chinese clubs have nearly certainly offered him higher wages which could swing the deal in their favour.

Fellaini joined Manchester United back in 2013 from Everton for £27.5m under David Moyes and has played more than 150 games, scoring 20 goals.

"It's Mourinho. He wanted Diogo to play for United - that's all the influence that is necessary when a great club and a great manager are both willing to sign him", a source close to the player said.

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Adil is a player that Pires knows well and the Frenchman is confident that the youngster can thrive under Unai Emery.

The midfielder's existing deal is set to expire on June 30 and if new terms are not agreed he will be able to leave on a free transfer. Even if he didn't start you could bring him off the bench. I know Emery likes this type of player.

"So [he is] another player that people will say "yeah, that's a decent signing". "It doesn't just change over night", Parlour added. Alexis Sanchez is expected to shake off the cobwebs and rediscover his best form from the get go in August while defender Eric Bailly, comfortably United's best centre-half, who missed a big chunk of last season to injuries, will be keenly watched as his stock promises to go up with time and experience.

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