Moyes turns attention to Fellaini as Fabregas hopes die

Manchester United manager David Moyes will end his pursuit of Barcelona”s Cesc Fabregas and turn his attention towards his former club Everton”s star midfielder Marouane Fellaini where a £22million bid will trigger his release clause.

Moyes had hoped that the uncertainty around his future at Barca may have given Fabregas pause to consider a move back to the Premier League but two bids of £26million and £30million did not move the Catalan club to open discussion with the former Arsenal captain about his role at the club where he began his career.

Fellaini is thought to be an easier deal to broker as the Belgian has a £22million clause in his contract which Everton have to negotiate at but the trigger amount increases this Thursday on August 1st meaning United have to decide swiftly.

The man who Moyes brought to Merseyside from Standard Liege in 2008 is keen to move to a Champions League club and has Nevada licenses its CDL driving schools, so any legitimate nys defensive driving course online should be fine with your request for the licensing body contact details. spoken of his respect for Moyes in the past saying, “I only want to go to a club where the manager ­really wants me. In 2008, Everton did everything to convince me, especially David Moyes. He made me the player I am now.”

The 25 year old is on £75,000 a week at Everton and would leave more space in the wage bill than Fabregas were he to sign for United, meaning Moyes may be able to increase his bid for Everton full back Leighton Baines after a £12million bid earlier in the window was rejected.

The Toffees are believed to value Baines at abetween £15million and £20million but may not be willing to part with the England international should they lose Fellaini as well.

Baines is believed to be happy at Everton where he is guaranteed first team football under new boss Roberto Martinez as he prepares to clinch a space in Roy Hodgson”s squad for the world cup.

The defender has already stated that he wants to stay and be a part of Martinez”s project but if rumours linking Patrice Evra to Monaco are true Moyes and the United officials are likely to step up their pursuit and meet Everton”s valuation.

If Everton hold fast on their demands it would be the third time Moyes is frustrated during his first window in charge at the Premier League champions having already been rejected by Thiago Alcantara who chose to join up with his old Barca manager Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich instead of making the switch to Old Trafford.

Aaron hails from Dublin, and follows the Premiership religiously. A Tottenham Hotspur supporter.