Everton star Marouane Fellaini has added fuel to rumours that he could be leaving Goodison Park, by revealing that he could move to an “ambitious club” this summer.
The 24 year-old, who only agreed a new contract with the club last year, admitted that while he is an Everton player for the moment, he would leave for the right move.
Fellaini has made no secret of his desire to play Champions League football, with suggestions abound that he could be a summer target for free-spending Chelsea, who have agreed deals for his international team-mates Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne.
As reported by Goal.com, Fellaini told Belgian radio station RTBF: “If I have got to go, I will go, I repeat, I am at Everton.
"I am ambitious; I want to play in the Champions League or in the Europa League. Last season we finished seventh with Everton, and we were not able to qualify for Europe, which was a shame.”
The Belgian star joined Everton from Standard Liege in a deal worth around £15 million, but conceded that if a club which shared his ambitions made an approach it would be difficult to turn down.
“If an ambitious club comes in for me? Why not, just to gain experience but I'm on vacation right now, I do not give [speculation] too much attention.”
When potential suitors Chelsea were mentioned as a destination Fellaini commented: "They talked about me in Chelsea? If I had to go there, I would have several friends - Hazard, Lukaku, De Bruyne, Courtois ... There are many Belgians! It's good for the national team."