The Belgian Marouane Fellaini responded to his club’s previous request, Standard League, to invest money and help the club overcome its financial crisis due to the league’s suspension in light of the outbreak of the Corona epidemic “Covid-19”.
According to the British newspaper, “Mirror”, Standar officials asked Villaini to help the club and save him from the specter of relegation to the Amateur League, after the Belgian Federation on April 8 refused to renew the team’s professional license, as it did not pay some of the players’ dues.
Villaini decided to provide a loan to his former club in the amount of 3 million euros, following in the footsteps of his compatriot Axel Witsel, the Borussia Dortmund player, who also invested in the club that owned the club “Imobiliar Standar de Liege”.
Vetsel recently won 45% of the stadium, which is expected to undergo a major renovation in the coming years, according to the newspaper “La Dernier Orr”.
Standar resumed before the Belgian Sports Arbitration Court, and is expected to obtain his license with the help of Flainy and other investors, according to “Belga” Agency, and the Arbitration Court will issue its decision on May 5.
It is noteworthy that Marawan Fellaini, 32, started his career in the Standard League team before moving to Manchester United, and from him to the Chinese team Shandong Luneng currently.