Manchester United are ‘increasingly resigned’ to the prospect of Marouane Fellaini leaving the club for free next summer.
Fellaini is out of contract next June, and is locked in contract negotiations with Old Trafford chiefs.
But the Belgian is thought to have rejected their latest offer amid claims that he ‘wants to play more regularly’.
He is also unhappy at the wage on offer, despite United proposing a deal worth £120,000 a week.
United will not sell Fellaini in January, even if that means they lose the midfielder for free six months later.
It was previously reported that United had agreed an £8million deal with Besiktas to sell the 29-year-old in January.
Marouane Fellaini rejected a contract proposal from Man United in September, but #MUFC want him to stay.
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