The Manchester United midfielder was first made aware of the Far East fortune on offer during the summer.
Fellaini has two years left on his present £120,000-a-week deal and has been working hard to win the trust of boss Jose Mourinho.
The 29-year-old remains hopeful he can yet play himself towards a new two-year extension.
United are currently hedging their bets on that score, with a number of their stars facing an uncertain future.
Old Trafford insiders have told sportinastorm.com the club would be prepared to listen to offers if they can recoup the £28m they paid to Everton back in 2013.
But it's understood the Belgium international isn't interested in playing his football outside of Europe at this stage in his career - despite the riches on offer to him.
And sources close to the player insist he won't be short of offers if he is forced to move on next summer.