The Toffees' manager wants to keep the powerful Belgium international on Merseyside after a good start to the season and is comfortable with bigger clubs monitoring his star player
Manchester United and Real Madrid are believed to be monitoring the 24-year-old who was recently quoted as saying that the current campaign would be his last at Goodison Park.
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“Whatever happens now, whatever Fellaini says, he is here for at least the next four months,” Moyes told the Sunday Mirror. “He might be here even longer than that, I don’t know.
“I have got no problem if other clubs start circling for my players. None at all.
“What I do know is that they can’t come in and take any of my players until January and we are only in September.
“What I do know for certain, though, is that Fellaini has got a five-year contract here.
“So clubs can circle, but the window has just shut, and we’re in a strong position as far as his contract is concerned.”