Manchester United have offered Marouane Fellaini a new bumper contract.
Fellaini’s current contract with Man Utd will expire next summer and the Belgian is yet to sign a new deal.
Man Utd bosses are keen to tie him down on a new deal but the 30-year-old is yet to put pen to paper on fresh terms, and now the Red Devils face the risk of losing him for free next summer.
The Belgian midfielder has been linked with a move to Turkish club Besiktas in recent times. Serie A club Inter Milan and Ligue 1 giants PSG have also shown huge interest in the Belgian and are monitoring the Belgian’s contract situation, who will be free to hold talks with other clubs in January.
Man Utd bosses are holding talks with Fellaini and his agent but if they fail to agree in principle over a new deal, the Belgian will be free to start talks with overseas clubs from Janaury.
The Belgian has refused to sign a new contract due to lack of game-time and it is being said that he will stay put at Old Trafford only if the Red Devils bosses offer him a long-term deal along with guaranteed first-team action.
Recent reports have claimed that Serie A club AS Roma are now planning to launch a bid for Fellaini in January.
But Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho is desperate to keep Fellaini at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese manager wants United to do everything possible to tie down the Belgian star.
United have reportedly made a final offer of around £150,00-a-week to tie down Fellaini, who currently takes home £120,000-a-week from the Premier League club.
However, the defensive midfielder has until now shown no interest in putting pen to paper on a new deal.