The Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini extended his contract with Manchester United for another year. So the midfielder will stay at the Ild Trafford until the summer of 2018.
Fellaini was drawn at United in the summer of 2013 by the manager back then David Moyes with a contract for four seasons, which expires this summer. In the contract, however, there was a clause for an automatic extension for one year, which was triggered by the club.
With the Red Devils, the 29-year-old Fellaini won the FA Cup last year, was among the holders at the final match mentioned by sure football predictions with Crystal Palace.
In the current season, Fellaini has played 21 matches (12 as a starter) for United, where he has scored one goal.