Paris Saint-Germain are the latest club to register their interest in signing Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini and are reportedly willing to offer the Belgium global a four-year contract as they look to bolster their defensive midfield options.
While the Belgian's salary is yet to be decided, the report claims that PSG have informed Fellaini that they will give him a four-year deal.
Paris Saint-Germain have offered Marouane Fellaini a contract, according to French outlet Le10 Sport.
United will apparently pass up on the opportunity to cash in on Fellaini during the upcoming January transfer window, allowing him to enter into a pre-contract agreement with a foreign club and leave for free next summer.
The abundance of creative and attacking talents at United have led to him gravitating deeper in midfield since then, and it's precisely those kind of attributes PSG will be hoping to pick up on a free transfer next summer.
The Belgium global has less than a year remaining on his current deal and reports claimed last month that he has rejected United's opening offer of a new contract.
It's thought Jose Mourinho is eager to keep hold of Fellaini, but there has been little progress in negotiations and the 30-year-old could now replace Thiago Motta at PSG.
As such, Fellaini was heavily linked with a departure from the club during the summer, with Turkish giants Galatasaray having looked the most likely destination.