Although scoring a vital goal for Belgium at the World Cup, Marouane Fellaini’s Manchester United career looks numbered as Louis van Gaal hinted that he could be sold, Daily Mail reports.
It is said that the Dutch manager has urged the club to cash in on the player with his interest likely to be higher due to his recent performance for his nation.
The midfielder didn’t have the best first season at Old Trafford, making a total of 16 Premier League appearances, but failing to find the net even once.
Fellaini however, plays a major role for his country in Brazil, completing 90 minutes of his previous three matches as he sees his team face Argentina in the quarter finals.
Van Gaal is believed to label Fellaini as ‘not a United player’ with the current Netherlands boss already bringing in another midfielder with the addition of Ander Herrera.
The 26-year-old joined the Red Devils for £27 million from Everton under the David Moyes reign, but the side could offload him for a far lesser price tag.