Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini says his future will be decided once the World Cup is over, amid much speculation that he will be put up for sale by incoming boss Louis van Gaal.
Fellaini joined Manchester United last summer for £27.5 million from Everton, yet failed to win over the support of the fans after having started just 12 Premiership games.
The big Belgium has however been very productive internationally scoring against Algeria in Belgium’s opening match and every minute since taking his team to a quarter-final match against Argentina.
When asked by Sky Sports if he had now proved a point with his performance for Belgium the 26-year-old said: “I don’t have to prove (anything) – I’ve been a professional footballer for eight years.”
When asked about his future at Manchester United Fellaini said: “We will see after the World Cup.”
Belgium will go into the match against Argentina the slight underdog that’s to the South Americans having four-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi in their team.
Fellaini said: “Everyone knows Messi is the best player, but we have good players as well. We play all together and we will try to play well on Saturday.”