The 27-year-old is desperate to leave Spartak Moscow, and is trying to force a move to the Premier League.
McGeady has refused to sign a new contract with the Russian club, as he looks to move back to the UK.
“I have ambitions to play in England and have made it clear I won’t be signing a new contract,” saiMcGeady.
The Irish winger’s contract at Spartak Moscow has just one year left to run, and McGeady is hoping the club will cash in on him now, or risk losing him on a free transfer next summer.
Everton have been heavily linked with the winger, as new manager Roberto Martinez continues to add to his inherited squad. The former Wigan boss has brought Kone and Alcaraz with him to Goodison Park, as well as tying up a loan deal for Barcelona youngster Gerard Deulofeu.
McGeady made his name in a six-year spell at Celtic and earned himself a £9.5m to Spartak in 2010. But now the Irish international is keen to prove himself in the Premier League, as he eyes up a move to Merseyside.
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