Belgian midfielder could be set for Goodison exit.
A summer of speculation could finally be coming to an end with Everton reportedly accepting an offer of £24million from Manchester United for Marouane Fellaini, according to the Liverpool Echo.
New United manager David Moyes has been targeting Fellaini as well as left-back Leighton Baines ever since leaving his post as Everton boss at the end of last season.
So far Moyes had failed with bids for the pair, with Everton even releasing a statement slamming the offers as “derisory and insulting”, as they were deemed to fall way below their valuation of the players.
However, the Toffees now seem to have accepted an initial offer of £20million rising to £24million, which will see the 25-year-old become Moyes’ first major signing since moving to Old Trafford.
Everton are now likely to sign Wigan midfielder James McCarthy as a replacement for Fellaini, though they will face competition from Newcastle for the Irishman’s signature.
Fellaini’s fine form last season also saw him become a target for Arsenal at points this summer.
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