Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has said that he is not concentrating on the rumours linking him with a move to Manchester United. Fellaini has been rumoured to follow David Moyes out of Goodison Park at the end of the season. Previously, he had been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea. However, the possible arrival of José Mourinho appears to have changed the transfer priorities at Stamford Bridge. Their interest in the player appears to have cooled off in the last few months, whereas Manchester United are heavily linked with a player.

It was Moyes who brought Fellaini to England. The Belgian midfielder has established himself as one of the best in the world during his spell at Everton. He is now valued at around £ 25 million. Despite the rumours, Fellaini has said that his future lies with Everton. The 24-year-old has insisted that he is happy to commit to a long-term deal with the Merseyside club despite the future of the club hanging in the balance. Everton have been linked with a move for Wigan manager Roberto Martinez, who recently won the FA Cup with his team. However, he was also relegated with Wigan into the Championship.

Fellaini has said that Moyes’ replacement will have the opportunity to continue the success.

“My destiny is with Everton, it’s as simple as that. After that, you never know what can happen, but we still speak of one of the greatest English clubs. The framework and the basics are there. It is in this sense that I mean the departure of the coach does not change anything for me. Despite everything he has done for the club, we always have enough quality to continue to shine. Honestly, the departure of the coach does not change,” said Fellaini to Sky Sports recently.