Manchester United have one of the strongest squads in the Premier League as Jose Mourinho has spent a fortune on the squad having taken charge of the club just over a year ago.

Mourinho has already spent over £250m on the services of the likes of Paul Pogba, Eric Bailly, Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku and is looking to establish a squad that can compete at the highest stage for years to come.

The manager will well aware of the positions that need to be strengthened and this will mean that Mourinho will let go of a few players who are not good enough for the first team at Old Trafford.

One such player that divides opinion among Manchester United fans is Belgian international Marouane Fellaini.


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Utility player

The former Everton star joined Manchester United following the previous manager David Moyes from the Goodison Park, at which time he was a genuine striker.

However, he failed to have any kind of an impact in the final third at Old Trafford and was soon pushed into a more midfield role, where he could use his strength and aerial ability to dominate the middle of the park for his side.

But he was never known as a player who could create chances and help United score goals from deep in the midfield and a recent video circulating on the internet shows as much.

Fellini hits cameraman

The Belgian is a decent finisher and is a marauding unit in the air but he is weak with his passing and has often cost Manchester United some attacks, even in the most important of games.

So it does not come as a surprise that he is unable to ping his pass even in training.

Though a bit of it could be put down to the rustiness of the pre-season, Fellaini was pictured in training with Manchester United, misplacing a pass horribly.

Here is the video:

Though the official United twitter account posted the video as a way to show the perils of being a photographer, it is clear that Fellaini’s passing accuracy saw him find the camera man at the end of a pass.

In a leisure passing drill, Fellaini is seen hammering a ball back at one of the United coaches, who took evasive action.

But all Fellaini could do was find a harmless photographer, who was lying on the sidelines.

Though some might giggle about it, a vast majority of the United fans seemed desperate and took it to Social media platform Twitter to vent their anger.

Here is a collection of the best tweets for this video:

 

 

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