Jan 072015

Everton FC transfer news today sees Roberto Martinez target goalkeeper’s David Marshall and Alex McCarthy as potential replacements for the injured Tim Howard.

The American faces at least a month on the sidelines with a calf problem, but is also attracting interest from the MLS.

Cardiff’s David Marshall and Alex McCarthy of QPR are among the names on Everton’s list of potential replacements.

Joel Robles, 24, continued to deputise between the sticks for last night’s FA Cup 1-1 draw against West Ham at Goodison Park.

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Another target reportedly on Martinez’s radar is Wigan’s Omani goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.

Everton have also made enquiries about Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk who is the subject of interest from Sunderland.

Palermo centre-back Ezequiel Munoz has been linked with a move to Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United in recent weeks.

Former Palermo sporting director Giorgio Perinetti has revealed to reporters that star centre-back Ezequiel Munoz will walk away from the club for free at the end of the season.

The 24-year-old defender’s contract expires this summer and his recent performances have attracted the interest of a number of top European clubs.

Everton's Arouna Kone in action at Newcastle Everton’s Arouna Kone in action at Newcastle  

Everton are all said to be monitoring the situation and have been linked with a January transfer.           

Finally, former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes has suggested he will scour the British leagues for loan signings for his new club Real Sociedad.

Moyes had been linked with Everton’s Arouna Kone and Chelsea’s Mohamed Salah, but dismissed those links.

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