Rumours in recent days have suggested that the Red Devils have grown frustrated with their marquee arrival from last summer, with the £27.5m Belgian having endured a tough debut season at Old Trafford.
It has been said that Louis van Gaal has sent instructions back from Brazil to look for a new club for the big-haired enforcer, who may struggle for game time as the Dutchman plots his own additions.
But it is understood that this is not true, and that Fellaini still has a role to play at United.
The 26-year-old is said to be ready to fight for his future at the Theatre of Dreams, but with Juventus lurking a £20m exit may have tempted him.
Fellaini struggled with the weight of his price tag and a number of injuries in a poor season under David Moyes at United, and was widely seen as a scapegoat by sections of the club’s support.
Despite his form, the lanky midfielder featured in Belgium’s World Cup set-up, helping his nation to the quarter-finals.