Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has revealed that he would leave the club by next summer. Everton manager David Moyes signed the Belgian International from Belgian side Standard Liege in September 2008.
The 24-year-old signed a new five-year contract with Everton last November. However the player has insisted that he would like to leave the club and want to move to another club or league.
Speaking to Belgian Newspaper HetNieuwsblad, Fellaini said "I begin now to my fifth season at Everton. This will be one of my last. I've seen everything. In January or at the end of the season I would look for another club or league"
Everton were on the verge to sign Club Brugge midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe on loan but the deal collapsed after FIFA refused to ratify the transfer.
"It's a pity that Vadis did not come to Everton. It may come later on" Fellaini added while speaking about Vadis transfer.
Argentine striker Sergio Aguero has returned to Manchester City without having any playtime for his country. Aguero has been sidelined with a knee injury due to which the Argentine is out of action for his country's World Cup qualifier against Paraguay and Peru.
The 24-year-old striker picked up an injury during Manchester City's first game of the season against Southampton. Aguero was on the field for less than fifteen minutes and was taken out of the field on the stretcher. However, Aguero was called to play for Argentina for the World Cup qualifier against Paraguay and Peru, creating a matter of worry for Roberto Mancini.
The Argentine International took on social networking website, Twitter to say he would be returning to Manchester City as he has not managed to shake off his knock in time to feature for his country. The player returned to Manchester City for further knee treatment.
"It seems I won't be able to make it to the Peru match - but the effort was still worth it, I'll continue the recovery work at Manchester" Aguero said.
Manchester United had yet another setback as Phil Jones is ruled out for up to eight weeks. The England International suffered the injury in training earlier this week. Jones was not a part of United's pre-season as the player picked up a back problem that ruled him out for the club's pre-season tour.
A statement from the club said: "Phil Jones has had surgery on a knee meniscus tear sustained in training that will require six to eight weeks' rehabilitation."
The 20-year-old has yet to make an appearance for United this season. Now the player could be sidelined till November who was expecting to make a comeback end of September or early October.
Earlier Jones's back problem had already sidelined him from United's opening games of the season and England's World Cup qualifying matches. With the latest setback for England's defender, Jones could miss United's at least three Champions League fixtures and United's key Premier League fixtures against Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal.
Manchester United winger Luís Nani has failed to complete a move to Russian side Zenit St Petersburg after the Russian transfer window closed on Thursday. The talks for Nani's move to the Russian giants collapsed because of the Portuguese winger's unreal wage demands.
United were willing to part with Nani during summer transfer window which interested several top clubs in the world. Zenit were the top runners to sign the Portuguese winger but only the player's personal terms was the blockage in signing the player.
"It's true we are negotiating for Nani and Moutinho, but Hulk and Witsel were our top priorities." Zenit's general director Maxim Mitrofanov said earlier this week.
Zenit have already acquired Hulk and Axel Witsel for a combined €80 million. But the big spending Russian side has failed to sign Nani and Russian International Andrei Arshavin on the last day of Russian transfer window.
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