Marouane Fellaini said on Tuesday that he will announce this coming Sunday where his club future lies. The 30-year-old's current deal with Manchester United is over at the end of the month.
According to Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws, that future will continue at Old Trafford. It's reported that Fellaini will sign a new two-year deal with the club.
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Earlier this month, Arsenal were reported to be 'genuinely interested' in signing the midfielder who has been at Manchester United since being signed by David Moyes in 2013.
In May, Fellaini told Belgian magazine Sport/Foot that staff at Manchester United were doing everything they could to ensure he remains with the club.
He also added that they had made a mistake in not offering him a new deal last summer.
"Last year I went to the coach and I said that I wanted a new contract I then had a second meeting, but I will not ask it 10 times.
"Afterwards I became important for the team. And a good player costs at least 50m Euros. The club knows that they went wrong there."
It had been expected that he would leave the club. However, HLN now reports that there has been a "sudden turnaround" in negotiations between the parties and that Fellaini will sign a contract until 2020.
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