Fellaini Sr claims son is too good for Everton
Published 23:01 26/03/11 By Michael Morgan
Marouane Fellaini’s Dad has upset David Moyes again – by claiming Everton are not a big enough club for his son.
Abdellatif Fellaini left Moyes seething last month by blaming the Goodison boss for wrecking the Belgian international midfielder’s season.
Fellaini Snr claimed the Toffees played him against Sunderland when he was not fit after damaging ankle ligaments in an FA Cup replay win against Chelsea a week earlier.
Marouane aggravated the injury and has since undergone surgery that will see him sidelined until the start of next term.
Moyes hit back by insisting the player had declared himself able to play – but now the Scot is fuming again following another blast from the crocked star’s father.
Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has already made an enquiry for the £22 million star.
After learning that Real are joining Chelsea in the chase for his son, Fellaini snr, in a clear dig at the Merseyside outfit, sneered: “The big clubs have seen for themselves what a good job Marouane is doing.
“And that is why they are following him.
“In his position he would get into the starting 11 at any club in the world.”