Manchester United won't sell Marouane Fellaini in January

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United are understood to be unwilling to sell the midfielder in January so he faces the choice of running down his contact and leaving Old Trafford in the summer, or signing a new deal and remaining.

United are keen for the Belgium worldwide to stay but negotiations, which began last season, have dragged on after he rejected an offer in September.

Senior United sources insist he will not be sold then and they are resigned to him running down his contract and walking out for nothing next summer when he will be a vital part of Belgium's squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Fellaini's contract expires on 30 June and while United began talks with the Belgian over a new deal last season, so far there has been no agreement.

European heavyweights Inter Milan and Besiktas are interested too.

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Instead, however, the Arsenal update is bad news for Turkish side Besiktas, who have been trying to sign Marouane Fellaini for some time.

The much-maligned former Everton man has become a more frequent member of the United first team under Jose Mourinho, with the Portuguese manager having entrusted Fellaini with increased game time since taking the helm from Louis van Gaal in 2016.

He has still gone on to make 142 appearances for the club, 49 of them as a substitute, and was a key figure in the Europa League final win over Ajax, which he started.

The 29-year-old has won many supporters over with his important role under Jose Mourinho.

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