It's quite telling that even with only a week left until the World Cup begins in Russian Federation, much of the talk still very much is centred around club football and the transfer window that is capturing the interest of the wider public.
Fellaini, 30, is set to become a free agent in the summer transfer market after rejecting several contract offers from Manchester United, and that has seen him being linked with a move to Arsenal, with other foreign clubs credited with an interest as well.
"I've been playing with a lot of good players and I've been learning a lot from my coach, Jose Mourinho, so there's a lot I've learned this season". "I think that's very good for players, it's important and you improve a lot day-by-day".
After the arrival of Unai Emery, reports surfaced that the London side would be interested in bringing Fellaini in, news that didn't exactly delight Arsenal fans.
MPs to question leading Brexiteer Arron Banks over Russian Federation links
Leave.EU was fined £70,000 by the Electoral Commission earlier this year for breaches of election law in the Brexit referendum. I would like to know what the police are going to investigate - lunch with the Russian ambassador? Mr Banks replied: 'No.
Former PM Brian Mulroney predicts Trump’s anger at Trudeau will ‘dissipate’ quickly
Pre-summit reports from the White House suggested that the president even considered skipping the summit altogether. The Americans' criticism of Trudeau left a former Canadian prime minister, Stephen Harper, stumped.
Vladimir Putin wants to have a summit with Donald Trump
EDT on Saturday. "Maybe it doesn't bother the American president to be isolated, but it doesn't bother us to be six, if need be". Yet Trump wants them there, and other than his apparently desperate desire to hang out with Putin, it's hard to imagine why.
The 25-year-old scored 16 times in 34 games in the Premier League to enjoy a decent first season at the Old Trafford outfit. A deal for Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos is reportedly nearing completion, while the Gunners are also said to have completed a deal for Paris Saint-Germain youngster Yacine Adli.
"I can not blame him, but at the end of the season, with fear, I went to talk to him and I tried to ask him what was going on", he told Argentinean newspaper Ole.
"He's a talented player". Sometimes he can score. "I don't know what's happening but if he joined Arsenal, I think he would be a good player for the new squad".