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Marouane Fellaini wants to quit Everton for Manchester United before his price tag gets even higher next year.
The Belgium midfielder is currently valued at more than £23million by Everton who rejected a joint bid for Fellaini and Leighton Baines of £28m at the start of the week.
With Everton unwilling to sell to their old manager David Moyes United face a fight to land their first major transfer of the summer.
However Sportsmail understands that Fellaini is keen to be given his chance at a really top club before next summer’s World Cup has a potential impact on his value.
Belgium are expected to qualify for next summer’s tournament and a talented team including Barclays Premier League stars Fellaini Eden Hazard and Vincent Kompany are already being tipped to do well.
Fellaini fears that a successful summer could push his price tag up even higher and that it would be best for his career if he left Goodison Park this time round.
The 25-year-old has been at Everton for five year...
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