Everton manager Roberto Martinez is reported to be interested in bringing Chelsea forward Victor Moses to Goodison Park, as he continues to inplement his stamp on the team.

Moses developed as a player under Martinez while at Wigan, and the 22-year-old would cost around £8m to acquire.

He can play anywhere along the front-line and had a decent first season with Chelsea, scoring 10 goals in 43 appearances for the club.

However, with Jose Mourinho's arrival, it is unclear as to whether he has a future at Stamford Bridge.

His competition for a place in the side next season looks to be even greater, with him set to fall further down the pecking order behind Eden Hazard, Juan Mata, Oscar and new signing Andre Schurrle.

Martinez is willing to offer the Nigerian an escape route, and the guarantee of first-team football may be enough to lure him away from the Europa League winners.

With the recent signings of Arouna Kone, Antolin Alcaraz and Joel Robes, Moses would become the fourth former Latics player to sign for Everton this summer.

 

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