Everton are on red alert for Aidean McGeady, after Sparkak Moscow revealed that they are open to offers for the winger.
The Republic of Ireland international left Celtic in 2010 to move to Russia after developing into one of the SPL’s leading stars.
Although he has been relatively impressive for Spartak, the 27-year-old has spoken out about his desire to return to Britain.
This has seen interest in his signature spike, with a number of Premier League sides thought to be keen.
McGeady’s current contract is set to expire at the end of the season, which has fuelled rumours that his club may be willing to sell in January.
Spartak’s general director, Roman Askhabadze, has confirmed this but admitted that he would like to keep the wide-man.
“The club is willing to discuss a new contract for Aiden at any time,” he is quoted by the Daily Star.
“But if we get a good offer this winter, we would be willing to consider it.”
Everton are thought to be at the front of the queue for McGeady, with Roberto Martinez a fan of the player.
The Toffees chief is also thought to be willing to spend in the New Year to build his squad.
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