Everton Boss Wants summer spree

David Moyes

Everton manager David Moyes wants to reshape his Toffees squad in the summer by adding a number of new faces.

The Merseyside club are still in with a shout of Champions League qualification but will have to overcome Tottenham and Arsenal to reach the top four with Europa League football more realistic.

Everton skipper Phil Neville has announced that he will be leaving Goodison Park when his contract runs out at the end of the season and Moyes expects a number of older players to join him.

The Toffees have somewhat of an ageing squad with a number of players 28 years old or older, leaving Moyes to look for a number of younger players for the summer.

Moyes is yet to commit his future to Everton as his contract expires at the end of this season but seeing as he is already discussing summer transfers it may be an indication he wants to stay at Goodison.

“I do think there is a big rebuilding job to go on at Everton,” Moyes told The Sun.

“With Phil going that is a big piece of the jigsaw missing and if we make Europe we are going to have to find a way of bringing in five or six players.

“We have a few players getting near the end, we have a little bit of an ageing team.”

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