A key player of Manchester United threatened to leave
Manchester United midfielder Marwan Felaini wants to leave Old Trafford as a free agent next summer, the British media said. The Belgian midfielder, who will be 30 years old next week, refuses to sign a new contract and the “red devils” are afraid they will miss him without a transfer fee.
The new offer of £ 120,000 a week was rejected in September and the footballer made it clear he was ready to part with the club. Felaini is not satisfied with the financial parameters of the proposed agreement, as well as with his status as a reserve in Jose Mourinho.
The Belgian is an important figure in the Special Scheme, although he does not enjoy plenty of game minutes. Mourinho considers Marwan as a key player and keeps him staying.