EPL star ignores Real Madrid transfer talk

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Everton’s star midfielder Marouane Fellaini is not taking notice of talks surrounding the playmaker’s future, despite his father getting involved and commenting on some of the ‘big clubs’ chasing him.

Fellaini has had a troublesome time with an ankle injury since early March, an injury which his father blamed on Everton manager David Moyes for playing Fellaini to early in his recovery time.


Moyes rubbished the claims, telling reporters, “maybe his dad is upset because the boy is having another operation."

Transfer talks over the 23 year old have raged since Fellaini’s father and Moyes clashed, with Thomas Fellaini telling reporters that big clubs such as Chelsea and Real Madrid are chasing his son.

But Fellaini is only concerned with his position in Everton and recovering to play again.

"I am nursing my ankle injury. I want to come back stronger from this injury next season,” Fellaini told

"I am not thinking about a transfer at the moment. I am thinking about getting fit. It has been a difficult year so far for me."

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