Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Everton slap £30m price-tag on Marouane Fellaini as Manchester United rekindle interest

EVERTON have slapped a £30m price-tag on Marouane Fellaini following Manchester United's resurgent interest.

Marouane Fellaini gave some impressive performances during David Moyes' Everton reign
The Old Trafford side are currently keeping tabs on a number of different creative midfield targets, including Real Madrid's Luka Modric as well as Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye.
Fellaini has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester earlier in the summer but any potential deal were put on the back-burner as David Moyes tried to lure Barca's Cesc Fabregas back to the Premier League.
And TALKsport claims Moyes has now turned his attention back to Fellaini, but now faces having to pay more to secure his services.
Marouane Fellaini could be heading to Manchester UnitedMarouane Fellaini could be heading to Manchester United
“David Moyes is back in the hunt for Marouane Fellaini”
The 25-year-old was available for £22m due to his release clause, which expired at the end of last month.
Newcastle's Cabaye is another potential target for the new United chief but is untested at the highest level.
Repeatedly this summer, Moyes has spoken of the difficulty in securing new players quickly due to the upheaval created by Sir Alex Ferguson's departure.
David Moyes is back in the hunt for Marouane FellainiDavid Moyes is back in the hunt for Marouane Fellaini