The Manchester United manager, who is from Portugal but previously coached in Spain, has been called to appear before a judge in a Madrid-based court on November 3.
But since Pogba's absence, Fellaini has turned in a run of form which has had Jose Mourinho delivering countless superlatives, and on Saturday he netted twice as United brushed aside Premier League bottom-dwellers Crystal Palace 4-0 at Old Trafford.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says that he "does not welcome" the upcoming worldwide break. Long-term injuries I don't speak about them.
"With them, I have the hope to see them training and to have a positive answer [on their availability soon]".
"(Zlatan) Ibrahimovic, Pogba, (Marcos) Rojo, I don't think about these players".
The legendary Swede, 35, is working his way back from the serious knee injury his suffered against Anderlecht last March in the Europa League and hoping to return around the festive period.
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With Belgium already qualified for the World Cup, Mourinho hopes Fellaini will be rested during the worldwide break next week. It was the ideal start to a half of virtual total domination by United, helped by some poor defending by the Russian club.
Jose Mourinho has told Romelu Lukaku that he will have to wait for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to return before he can get a proper break.
Mourinho said: "Without Zlatan, we can not rotate the striker, especially because Marcus Rashford is playing in other positions".
"That's the only thing that concerns me and makes me think".
"The mentality is very important because we played Wednesday night and we arrived in Manchester at 4am, so home 5am".
Instead, he spoke about the importance of mental preparation for weekend games such as Saturday's match against struggling Crystal Palace.
There has been reports during the summer that Young might be allowed to leave Old Trafford, but Mourinho claims the prospect of selling the former England worldwide never entered his mind. "I can not, professionally speaking, say, "Do this or do that".