Everton ace Marouanne Fellaini could be set to leave Goodison Park at the end of the season as Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are interested in the player.

David Moyes will find it hard to retain the Belgian at Everton as, apart from the Premier League trio, other European clubs such as Real Madrid are keen on signing the Belgian, the Daily Mail reports.

The midfielder, whose compromise with the club expires in June 2016, is aware of being one of the most sought-after players of the moment, and would listen to offers from Champions League clubs.

Everton would like to keep Fellaini, albeit the club denies rumours of a £24 million buy-out clause and also have in mind that a strong bid will be hard to refuse as it would financially reorganise the entity.

Besides, the £15 million the Toffees paid Standard Liege for the attacking midfielder have proven to be paid off according to the level shown by the player during the five seasons at Goodison Park.

At the moment, Chelsea and Real Madrid seem be the strongest candidates to acquire the international, as both United and City are not considering his signing as a priority.

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