United agreed to pay an inflated £28m fee for Fellaini as he followed manager David Moyes from Everton to Old Trafford, but he was quickly cast as a scapegoat for the Scot's failure as he was sacked before the end of his first season after he succeeded Alex Ferguson.Even though Fellaini has enjoyed a few high points in his time at United, many of the club's fans struggled to accept a player of his ilk was up to the task of playing in his favoured attacking midfield role or as a makeshift forward.
His faith, insists Kanouté, has never presented itself as a problem in his relationship with the coaching staff, team-mates or fans.
His films have ranked, in polls such as Cahiers du cinéma and Sight & Sound, as some of the greatest films of all time.
Sight & Sound lists his 1963 film 8½ as the 10th-greatest film of all time.
Despite being booed by the Old Trafford faithful last season, United manager Jose Mourinho was quick to defend Fellaini and yet it appears he is now ready to make his exit from the club.
Fellaini's move to Turkey will fuel rumours that United have a midfielder lined-up to join the club in the coming days, with Chelsea's Nemanja Matic one of the leading names on Mourinho's wanted list.