The Belgian’s contract expires at the end of the 2017/18 campaign and he will have permission to speak with other clubs about a potential Bosman deal in January.
Fellaini reportedly rejected terms proposed by the club in September and the likes of Galatasaray, Arsenal and Besiktas have all identified the midfielder as a potential option.
And according to French media outlet Le10Sport, PSG have now entered the race to secure Fellaini’s services for next season.
The French giants, having signed Neymar and Kylian Mbappe over the summer, are well on their way to producing the most glittering line-up in European football today, so their interest in Fellaini makes logical sense.
Any club, in fact, would benefit from signing the 30-year-old simply because the threat he offers is so unmistakably unique and, when deployed correctly, extremely difficult to contain.
Mourinho will, you imagine, go to great lengths to keep him at Old Trafford, and with the Belgian attracting interest from various corners of Europe the club will have to offer him a considerably more lucrative deal compared to the one he turned down earlier this year.