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It is understood Fellaini has a good relationship with Mourinho, which could be a key factor in the player's eventual decision.
Manchester United will attempt to sign Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler in January, according to reports in Spain.
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Soler, 20, only made his first-team debut just under a year ago but has been integral to Valencia's success, making 11 appearances - scoring once and registering four assists.
Manchester United are, reportedly, the latest club to have Watford boss Marco Silva in their sights.
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He has also frequently gotten on the wrong side of referees in the Premier League, and his more unappealing tendencies have cost his club at times.
There is already big interest in him from Besiktas in Turkey.
Of course, should Man United fail to lock Fellaini down to a new deal, he'll be free to leave Man United for nothing at the end of the campaign.
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United have not given up hope that he will agree new terms, but sources told ESPN FC they were prepared to risk losing him for nothing rather than pushing for a fee in January.
Fellaini's performances led United to trigger the one-year contract extension in his contract at the start of the year - but extending his deal beyond next summer is proving much tougher. United might not want to sell the midfielder to a rival club, but they could be persuaded by the prospect of signing Ozil.
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