Everton's powerhouse midfielder Marouane Fellaini is once again the subject of transfer interest amongst the best clubs in the Premier League, with Arsenal leading the chase.
Desperately trying to keep hold of their key player, Everton would like to think they can pursuade the Belgium International to stay, however the player himself has admitted uncertainty of his future in the past.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal are the favourites to land his signature with the club being given a license to spend during this summer's transfer window. However, Chelsea are breathing heavily down their necks after shortlisting the versatile midfielder for a couple of seasons now and it's no secret they are admirers of his talents. Along with that, Fellaini's former Boss David Moyes is now at Manchester United and is ready to convinve him to join him at Old Trafford in an attempt to sure up his midfield.
Fellaini has a release claus of £23 million, this can only be activated by a club in The Champions league and is active now, thus making the possibility of a move this summer, even more likely. Interest has also come in from abroad too but it is suggested that the player would only consider a move if it was still based in The Premier League.
The Gunners are looking to add an array of talent turning out at the Emirates Stadium next season as Wenger looks to add to a squad that has the ability to seriously challenge for the title after a string of inconsistent seasons in the Premier League. Gonzalo Higuain and Luis Nani are just a couple of the big names linked with them during the summer window.