Fellaini was part of the side that won the Europa League and FA Cup under Jose Mourinho in 2016-17. But opportunities were limited under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when the Norwegian took over and he decided to leave the club in January 2019.
He opted to make the lucrative move to the Chinese Super League, ending his five-and-a-half-year association with the club, after signing with Shandong in a deal worth £10.5m.
At the time, China had become the hotbed for players heading towards the end of their careers to earn one last big payday. But when the
However, Fellaini was one of the few big names to remain in the Far East and can look back on his time with the club with some pride, having scored 50 times in 137 outings.
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