Marouane Fellaini apparently snubbed a move to Arsenal to stay at Manchester United in light of the fact that Jose Mourinho offered him a superior contract than Unai Emery.
The Times claim that Fellaini ruled against a move to the Emirates after being inspired by United’s last deal on the table which he considered to be better than what the North Londoners was going to offer him if he came to Arsenal.
The 30-year-old looked set to leave Old Trafford this late spring in the wake of dismissing various endeavors to expand his deal all through the season.
European giants including Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan were connected, yet it was Arsenal who rapidly moved toward becoming leaders for his signature.
Be that as it may, it was uncovered for the current week that Fellaini had played out an inexplicable U-turn following a long time of hypothesis.
It’s believed that the Belgian was offered a two-year contract by United with the alternative to reach out for a third season.
While his new £100,000 a week pay is higher than the figure tabled by Arsenal.
The gunners were interested in Marouane Fellaini because he was even free and Arsenal’s manager Unai Emery reportedly believed that the player would impress in the playing style he will use at Arsenal next season.
When he was questioned whether his absence of a club future had been a diversion, the midfielder answered: “No. I’ve been utilized to it for a couple of months now.
“I’m solid rationally to deal with it and, similar to I stated, soon I will state where I will play next season. July 1? Yes.”