Belgian midfielder set to remain on Merseyside.
Beanpole midfielder Marouane Fellaini is set to turn down the advances of Manchester United and remain at Everton according to The Mirror.
The Belgian has been one of Everton’s most impressive performances in recent seasons and has been an integral part of the team that has seen Everton regularly finish in higher reaches of the table.
Fellaini had been linked with a move away from the club after announcing last year that he would be looking to play for one of Europe’s top sides sooner rather than later.
Former Everton boss David Moyes, who Fellaini enjoys a strong relationship with, has now left the club to take over from the retiring Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and it was thought that Fellaini could follow the Scotsman out of the Goodison Park exit door.
Moyes is thought to be keen to bring in new central midfielders for United following the retirement of Paul Scholes, the inconsistent form of Anderson and the on-going injury problems of Scottish midfielder Darren Fletcher.
But Fellaini has reiterated his commitment to Everton insisting his destiny lies with the Goodison Park side.
Everton are expected to announce the arrival of Roberto Martinez as David Moyes’ successor in the coming days.