Everton boss faces battle to keep ace
Toffees boss David Moyes signed the Belgian National in 2008 from Standard Liege for £15million, and his current contract runs out in 2016. His improved form over the last few seasons has made him a hot transfer target for many clubs including Chelsea, Real Madrid and both the Manchester clubs.
Everton have rated the midfielder at £25million and would be unwilling to let him leave for any less, while it is thought that they will definitely receive full offers for the highly rated 25-year-old. Everton generally sell one big player at the club every year to make more money for other transfers and with Fellaini wanting the chance to play Champions League football he could be the player to leave this summer despite Moyes wanting to keep hold of the star.
Meanwhile Everton are interested in signing Ghanian striker Atsu from Porto in the summer in a deal worth £12million. Atsu, 21, can play in a wider range of attacking positions and is known for his solidity and pace. He return to Porto this season after a loan spell and he has impressed his employers and sparked the interest of a clubs across Europe.
Tottenham showed interest in the starlet in the summer but it is thought that Everton have already lodged a €10million bid with Porto which is enough money to meet the release clause on his contract. If the offer is accepted Atsu could be making his way to Goodison park this summer.