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Moyes plans transfer talks

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Everton manager David Moyes is ready to begin talks over the club's summer transfer dealings.

A win on the final day of the season at home to Chelsea would see Everton cement their seventh placed spot behind Liverpool.

But with Moyes unsure as to the budget he'll receive to help The Toffees improve on this position, the boss is seeking talks with Goodison Park owner Bill Kenwright.

 

“I hope to have the meeting soon to find out what route we can take and how we can go forward,” said Moyes.

The former Preston man will want assurances that star men Jack Rodwell and Marouane Fellaini will not be sold this summer, while he'll want promises that money will be available to develop his squad this summer.

The manager was absent for the club's defeat to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday as he travelled to France to watch Gervinho star for Lille in their French Cup final win over Paris Saint Germain.

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