Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has expressed his desire to join AC Milan for the remainder of the season.
Italian outlet Corriere della Serra say that the Belgium international is willing to join Milan in order to gain more first-team football.
The Serie A side have already had a loan offer for the 28-year-old rejected by Louis van Gaal earlier this week and The Mirror has picked up on those reports, reiterating that Man United have told Milan he won’t be going anywhere.
As much as I don’t think Fellaini should be starting games for United, I agree that letting him leave in January either on loan or permanently is something we should be looking to do. When used correctly and at the right time, Fellaini’s actually a very good plan B to have. The problem is that we’ve ended up using him as our plan A all too often because of a lack of goalscoring threat up front.
When it comes to the summer, that’s when we should be looking to offload Fellaini if he is going to leave United because if he went in January we would just be decreasing the depth of an already very thin squad.