Marouane Fellaini has been urged to leave Manchester United by Belgium coach Marc Wilmots, report the Manchester Evening News.
The former Everton star emerged as a regular under Louis van Gaal last season, though he has been limited to just one Premier League start thus far, and a further two in the League Cup.
With the likes of Anthony Martial, Juan Mata and Wayne Rooney in the frontline, Fellaini is struggling to get minutes under his belt ahead of Euro 2016.
Though he only missed out on the most recent squad through injury, Wilmots has given his two cents on the issue at Old Trafford.
‘A player who does not play his club is annoying for a coach.’
‘Fellaini could play to support the attack, as the No.6. He has very good technique, very good ability to tack back and recover.’
‘Maybe he will try to find a new challenge in January, if it is possible’, mused the tactician.
Infamously, the 27-year old was the only signing of the post Sir Alex Ferguson summer, and has been at Old Trafford since 2013.
He could be in line for a start against Watford however, with Martial struggling with a foot injury picked up on international duty.