The news that Manchester United fans everywhere have been dreading for months arrived on Friday.
Jose Mourinho told reporters that he fears Marouane Fellaini will leave the club at the end of the season.
The Belgium midfielder has been at United since moving from Everton in 2013. His contract expires at the end of the season and Mourinho claims he has no real say and whether or not he will be kept.
“Nothing,” was the response from the United boss when asked what he could do to try and ensure the big Belgian remained a Man United player.
“It is a discussion between the player and the board. I am not involved in contracts, in deals. And I respect both
Asked if he was worried that Fellaini would not be here next season, Mourinho said: "Yes, I am."
“I respect the player because the player has the right to decide his future. He finishes his contract, he has the right to decide his future, and I respect the board because the decisions and the discussions are under their control.
“So I just wait, wishing that they will have an understanding but it's out of my control.”
Le10Sport claim that PSG are prepared to sign Fellaini on a free transfer while offering him a four-year deal.