David Moyes eyeing Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini for reunion at West Ham: report

by Marwan Harraz

Former Manchester United David Moyes is reportedly interested in bringing in Marouane Fellaini to current club and Premier League team West Ham.

Fellaini, who joined the Red Devils in 2013 on deadline day under Moyes’ stewardship, has a contract that’s set to finish this upcoming summer.

The Belgian midfielder was often made the scapegoat of that turbulent campaign but things have since improved him, particularly since Jose Mourinho arrived at Old Trafford.

The former Chelsea manager has been able to extract the best out of Fellaini once more but it’s clear for all that Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic are the club’s first choice midfielder.

With the upcoming World Cup, it’s possible that the tenacious midfielder is aiming for more match time so that he can be picked for a packed out Belgian national team.

According to the Daily Mail, David is keen for a Marouane reunion at West Ham, whether it’s a winter one or a summer one when the Belgian is available for free.

Moyes was also another manager capable of bringing out the best out of the 30 year old with the pair of them sharing good memories during their time together at Everton.

In fact, the Scottish manager trusts Marouane Fellaini so much so that he brought the tall midfielder with him when succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson and it appears as though he’s willing to do it once more.

West Ham are apparently interested in strengthening their engine room and it’s unlikely they’ll have to pay much for a player whose future at Manchester United looks so uncertain.

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