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Felli Eyes New Blues Deal

Belgian star hopeful on contract talks

Felli Eyes New Blues Deal
Marouane Fellaini
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Marouane Fellaini has revealed he is keen to extend his Everton contract.

The midfielder, 23, has just over two years to run on his current deal and has said he hopes to negotiate fresh terms in the near future.

Blues boss David Moyes has expressed his desire to keep Fellaini and it appears that is a feeling reciprocated by the star.

"Everton are a club that really care about me," Fellaini said.

"My relationship with the manager is excellent and I'm delighted that he considers me a key player and wants to extend my contract.

"The discussions have not yet begun, but I don't suppose they are far off. For my part, I'm ready and waiting."

Fellaini is currently out with an ankle injury and has not played since being substituted in the 2-0 victory over Sunderland in February.

The former Standard Liege man has had an operation and is hopeful of returning to action before the end of the campaign.

"My operation went well,” he added. “The plaster came off on Monday and that'll allow me to fully begin my rehab.

"If everything goes well I hope to be able to help Everton at the end of the season. I'm happy with our recent results. We've not lost in the league since February 13 and a Europa League place is possible for us."

tadhg bryanthats great news i think himself Rodwell and Ross Barkley with take the premiership bye storm next season.

Thursday 14th April 22:05 Report Comment

paul costellothis would be my team,also taking into account form when they have played........howard(GK) coleman(RB)distin and jags in the centre defence.baines(LB)feilini and arteta in the middle midfield osman on the left side neville on the right side,tim cahill playing behind saha up front.....subs:rodwell,hibbo,beckford,guaye,heitinga,bily, we still have the yak to come back....gyan would be a good target,or maybe bendtner,or sturridge off bolton.....

Thursday 14th April 16:28 Report Comment

ROBERT DONOGHUELeaving Cahill out would be tough Paul but I dont think we get the best out of him unless he's playing the lone striker role, having him on the bench gives us a good 2nd option anyway. Think we need to sell a few of the players out on loan to raise enough for a quality striker, I think Asamoah Gyan from Sunderland would be a good and realistic target

Thursday 14th April 14:28 Report Comment

alex portergood news

Thursday 14th April 12:41 Report Comment

alex porterhope the club can match his ambition,and afford his wages, hope you stay big fella felli

Thursday 14th April 12:39 Report Comment

alexis leungFelli has got size, skill and very high workrate. Get him sign asap. The PL has become so competitive that if you have a couple of players relaxed and shoulders down, you simple lose the game. I think we won games without so many players because we managed to keep our workrate very high. I hope our young players understand this too.

Thursday 14th April 08:10 Report Comment

Dan NallyMay as well play Coleman and Baines as wing backs, Heitinga, Jags and Neville back three... so it would essentially be... Howard (GK) Neville (DC) Jags (DC) Heitinga (DC) Coleman(RW/B) Arteta(AM) Felli (DM), Rodwell(AM) Baines (LW/B) Bily/Cahill (Support Striker) Beckford (ST) - an attacking formation but defensive as well with the three centrebacks and Felli as a box-to-box midfielder

Thursday 14th April 07:50 Report Comment

paul costelloi agree with your team robert donoghue, except one player you left out of team..the one and only timmy cahill id probably have him in instead of gueye, gueye will get better in time,then again you couldnt really leave out neville either he is in the best form of his career at the moment,in my opinion....who to drop...a tough one?? coyb!!!!

Wednesday 13th April 18:27 Report Comment

Matt HennahFelli is a legend in the making. COYB!!!

Wednesday 13th April 17:08 Report Comment

ROBERT DONOGHUEGood news, next season starting line up Howard, Coleman, Jags, Distin, Baines, LW Arteta, Feli, Rodwell, Gueye, Billy supporting Striker, Saha Or NEW STRIKER Bench from Cahill, Heitinga, Hibbo, Osman, Vellios, Beckford, Neville, Anichebe

Wednesday 13th April 16:43 Report Comment

francis donnarummaGreat news Felli. As soon as you sign ill get a shirt with your name on it. Its great you'r showing the same loyalty as Arteta, Cahill Baines and co. The reds have there bags of money but no loyalty or soul. COYB!!!!!!

Wednesday 13th April 16:37 Report Comment

Jordan Gillennever mind him and Rodwell being best in prem, it could best in the world!

Wednesday 13th April 16:16 Report Comment

chris belltop banana felli !!! gr8 news if a new long deal can be sorted asap

Wednesday 13th April 15:43 Report Comment

david harmanGlad to hear that Fellaini is keen to stay with us, LOYALTY is always important to club,fans and player alike.

Wednesday 13th April 15:25 Report Comment

Mike ThorneYES get in, really think we would be lost without him in midfield. I want curly hair too!!!!

Wednesday 13th April 15:03 Report Comment

Julie PorterMade my day.

Wednesday 13th April 14:53 Report Comment

Mark TaylorReading this has made my day! Hope the Board are taking note ( and a few of the other players).

Wednesday 13th April 14:28 Report Comment

nicholas shukerdont log in to speak very often but i had to comment on this one. This is the best news i have had in a long time. Fellaini is integral to molding our team into a trophy winning team. I am a big fan of him but was sure he would be picked of this summer. But by the sounds of it this guy is a rare breed in modern football. He wants a home over money. Felli you are going to be a goodison legend! At everton we are lucky to have a number of players with this attitude.

Wednesday 13th April 14:28 Report Comment

Milin Chandraah hopefully

Wednesday 13th April 14:16 Report Comment

stephen owenswell in marouane lad coyb!!!

Wednesday 13th April 14:16 Report Comment


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