Everton boss David Moyes has admitted that in order to bring players in this summer he will likely need to sell at least one of his current side.
Moyes said that although he wouldn’t want to lose anyone, that preparations are in place to replace anyone he sells.
“You never want to lose the players you have got, they are vitally important,” said the Scot.
“We’ve brought them here, nurtured them, brought a lot of them on and we hope we are able to keep them.
“We might now be in a situation where we have to start trading players more than we would like to – but that is the way things go.
“We do a lot of work behind the scenes to prepare so if we can get a situation where we can go and do a bit of business, we will try to do as well as we can.”
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