Marouane Fellaini is left out of the Belgian team for upcoming matches after Roberto Martinez agrees with Man United that midfielder needs rest
- Marouane Fellaini will not be chosen by Belgium for their upcoming matches
- After consultation with United Roberto Martinez agreed to leave the midfielder
- Fellaini has recently overcome an injury and may rest next week
- Belgium is facing UEFA Nations league matches against Iceland and Switzerland
Adam Crafton for MailOnline
Marouane Fellaini will be out of the upcoming round of international matches after the Belgian manager Roberto Martinez agreed with Manchester United that the midfielder would have to rest after having recently overcome an injury.
Fellaini came from the bank and inspired the comeback of United in Turin when the Jose Mourinho team won 2-1 in the Champions League in Juventus on Wednesday-evening and would be involved in the Manchester Derby on Sunday.
Romelu Lukaku, which is understood to mean that he has trusted colleagues that he & # 39; exhausted & # 39; feels after only a short holiday in the summer, will be included in the Martinez team, but will undergo tests when joining the team at the beginning of next week.
It is possible that he may also take the next two games in the UEFA Nations League against Iceland and Switzerland.
More to follow.