Photo: Man United star Marouane Fellaini meets Phil Collins against all odds
Man United midfielder Marouane Fellaini shows his true colours after helping Phil and Orianne Collins with charity work
Maroaune Fellaini revived his Manchester United career against all odds under Louis van Gaal last season.
The Belgium international was a great example that you can’t hurry new signings to settle after big-money moves.
And Fellaini became a key part of the United first-team in the closing months of the season as the Red Devils finished fourth.
So how fitting that the 27-year-old midfielder should get involved in Phil Collins’ foundation after he having secured another season in paradise – or as most non-United fans call it, Old Trafford.
Fellaini posted the above snap and wrote on Instagram: “Thank you to Phil & @OrianneCollins for the honor of asking me to be an ambassador for the Little Dreams Foundation sports program”
Fellaini has scored six goals in 25 Premier League appearances under Dutch coach Van Gaal this season.
The Belgium international has become an important part of the United team in recent months and has racked up just under 2,000 minutes of first-team action in the Premier League this term.
Fellaini was initially an unpopular signing with United fans after David Moyes snapped up the midfielder in a £27.5m deal from Everton in 2013.