The Everton talisman polled as top choice with 40% of the vote, while Leighton Baines trailed behind with 33.2% as the likes of Ross Barkley and Phil Jagielka were also suggested
Manchester United manager-to-be David Moyes should bring Everton talisman Marouane Fellaini with him to Old Trafford, say Goal.com readers.
The 50-year-old was unveiled as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor on Thursday after the fellow Scot announced that he is to retire from football management after 26 years in the United hotseat.
And we asked you who, if any, Moyes should bring with him from Goodison Park to improve the title-winning squad; Fellaini, Baines, none or someone else.
The Belgian beat out the competition with 40 per cent of the vote, as Baines - who has been linked with a move to Old Trafford in the past - trailed closely behind with 33.2%.
Interestingly, 18.35% of you feel that Moyes should leave the Toffees squad alone and just 8.45% had a suggestion of their own.
Rob May recommended youngster Ross Barkey, while Kshitij Agrawal believes that Phil Jagielka would boster the Old Trafford defence.
Do you have any other suggestions? Add them to the comments section below.