The Belgian worldwide is nearly certain to leave Old Trafford this summer, having rejected a contract offer to stay at Old Trafford, and while it seemed likely at one point that he would be moving to Italy to join AC Milan, the thought of staying in the Premier League would definitely appeal to him.
The Times are among those reporting Fellaini is close to signing for Arsenal, despite persistent links with a move to AC Milan in recent months, with Arsenal fans serving up a mixed reaction to the news on social media.
The report states that new Gunners boss Unai Emery tried to sign Fellaini while at Paris Saint-Germain and is now in the market for a tall central midfield player. Arsenal are already on the lookout for a new midfielder and Fellaini would come as a cheaper option than Sevilla's Steven N'Zonzi or Jean-Michael Seri, who has a €40 million (£35m) release clause in his contract with Nice.
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According to French outlet Foot365, Fellaini's team will meet officials from Arsenal this week to discuss a potential free transfer to the Emirates.
The Spaniard is expected to only have around £50m to spend during the off-season which will restrict his ability to challenge the club's rivals in the transfer market.
The 30 year old Belgian has proven to be a useful player to have amongst the ranks, but the Brazilian Fred's arrival at Old Trafford will mean he's pushed further down the pecking order or surplus to requirements. The Portuguese manager, prior to the end of the Premier League season, had mentioned his confidence over Fellaini's future, but the midfielder is set to enter fresh contract talks.