Arsenal and Cheslea approach Everton with interest in Marouane Fellaini
The Goodison Park boss David Moyes has warned clubs approaching Everton with interest in Marouane Fellaini. David Moyes said that Marouane Fellaini will not be released for pennies in the upcoming transfer window.
Marouane Fellaini will enter the transfer market in January following interest from top notch clubs across Europe. The manager of the Merseyside club, David Moyes is ready to cash-in big on Marouane Fellaini.
The versatile attacking midfielder, who has a knack for scoring goals, has been in spectacular form for Everton in the past couple of season. This season the 24-year-old has already scored six goals in 11 appearances for Everton.
David Moyes admits Marouane Fellaini will depart from Everton this summer if not in the winter transfer window. However, the Scotsman insisted Marouane Fellaini’s departure will only occur at the right price.
Marouane Fellaini scored a goal and assisted in another to help Everton record a 2-1 win over Sunderland on Saturday. The victory allowed Everton to grab fourth place on the Premier League table.
Arsenal and Chelsea have been heavily linked with Marouane Fellaini. Reportedly, officials from Arsenal and Chelsea are already negotiating a price for Marouane Fellaini.
“Everyone knows where Felli is, they know where to come and watch him and they also that it will be a big price if they are interested,” David Moyes said. “I'm not in the mood to keep the fight going all the time because I've lost a few players now, but the ones we've lost, we have got good money for.
“We sold Lescott, we sold Arteta and we all felt really down when we lost those players, but we've had to pick ourselves up and go and find other ones. The club will always be bigger than any player, any manager, and the players we've brought in are showing that.”
David Moyes’ willingness to agree to lose Marouane Fellaini has shocked Everton fans. David Moyes claims he is against losing talented players, but in such scenarios he is helpless.
“I was dead against losing any player at one stage and still am,” David Moyes said. “Don't think I'm saying people can come and just take my players because that's not what I'm saying, but I've a bit more experience, and a bit more perspective. I realize that if I have top players and can't give them trophies, cup finals, European football, I might have to accept that's what they're thinking.
“I hope Felli knows what I think of him and more than anything, I know he'd love to take Everton into the Champions League, which is what we are trying and achieve this season.”