Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer discussed Marouane Fellaini’s future after the club’s draw against Burnley.
The Belgian has been linked with a move abroad with a transfer to China the most likely option according to reports.
With the January transfer window coming to a close, the deal must be completely quickly to get over the line.
Fellaini has hardly featured during Solskjaer’s reign and it appears as though he knows his time is up with Jose Mourinho gone.
The Norwegian manager has often opted for a Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba midfield, leaving little room for anyone else.
Ole’s words are a little suggestive and it would be a surprise to see Marouane remain at the club beyond the summer if not this winter window.
At the age of 31, the midfielder hardly has time to win his position back in the side and probably won’t be given the chance to either.
Solskjaer’s style of football isn’t complimentary to Fellaini’s talents and whoever the next manager of United is, he’s unlikely to favour the former Everton man either way.
With the likes of Scott McTominay, Andreas Pereira and Fred providing better rotational choices, Marouane won’t be able to fight his way out of the shadows this time.