Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini could be on his way out of the club as he has failed to get regular playing time under Mourinho’s stint. Fellaini was brought in to United by David Moyes as the Belgian was an instrumental player for Everton under him. The recent reports suggest that there could be a reunion on the cards as Moyes is looking to bring him at West Ham.

Hammers started off the season poorly under Slaven Bilic, as a result, he was sacked in November. Moyes took over the team in between turmoil and has slowly and steadily guided them to safety. The job is yet not done as they are still five points of the magical 40 mark. The board had previously indicated that the would like to keep Moyes at the club if he manages to keep them in the Premier League and that looks highly likely now as West Ham are currently in good position to survive the drop.

Fellaini has been sparsely used under Mourinho as he usually brings him on in later stages of the games. One feels that the big Belgian never got a chance to settle at the club as he was asked to play in various positions. In one of the games under Mourinho, he came as a substitute in the second half but was replaced by another substitute after few minutes. One can say that would have been really embarrassing for the big midfielder.


According to reports, Fellaini has offers in other countries as well and it will be interesting to see whether he will leave England. Mourinho has indicated previously that he likes Fellaini and would like to keep him as he gives his team a different dimension when he plays. But Fellaini seems he will like to shift to a club where he can get regular playing time.

Fellaini flourished under Moyes when he was at Everton. The manager used him as a box to midfielder and sometimes even as an attacking midfielder. He used to pop in the box and score some crucial goals for the Merseyside club which made him a fan favourite at the Goodison.

An option to reunite with his previous boss will be tempting for the midfielder as he has played some of his best football under Moyes. West Ham can also do with some solidity and a versatile player in midfield as the veteran club captain Mark Noble has struggled for most of the season. A move with the Hammers will certainly seem the right step as Fellaini is trying to revive his career.

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