This is even too ridiculous for us even to discuss here, but the fact is that Marouane Fellaini could possibly be an Arsenal player next season. This is how the Mirror discussed it today:
Marouane Fellaini could be set for a shock move to Arsenal.
The Manchester United midfielder is out of contract at the end of June and has yet to sign an extension.
Jose Mourinho was confident a deal could be struck but that was back in April, and no further news has come from either camp since.
It now appears that Fellaini, who is currently training with Belgium ahead of the 2018 World Cup, could be set for a sensational free transfer to the Gunners.
According to The Times, Fellaini is more likely to sign for the north Londoners than he is pen a new deal at Old Trafford.
Looking at Twitter and Facebook, Arsenal fans are up in arms about the possibility, but if you stand back and look at it, is it really such a bad deal? For starters he will come free, which is not such a bad thing, and he is highly experienced in the Premier League.
He may have only been a supersub under Mourinho but he is very effective, similar to Giroud in a way as he was a target man or a plan B. When we played them at old Trafford with our kids, we were easily getting a draw until The Moaning One brought on Fellaini, and he could have scored more than one and he singlehandedly won them the game in the end.
Am I wrong to think he couldn’t do a job for us when Aubameyang and Lacazette can’t find a way through?