- Youngster enjoying Everton game time
- Martinez: Intense fixture needs to be enjoyable for Everton
- Martinez: Players like Arteta should be punished
- Martinez hopeful of Deulofeu stay
- Martinez: Evertonians right to have belief
- Back Martinez to make success of Everton
- Martinez delight at Rom goal
- McGeady: I’m no luxury player
- Baines: Next two games vital
- Loan deals to continue at Everton
Everton chasing Negredo
Everton are understood to be looking at potentially signing Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo.
Sevilla are said to value their prized asset at £13m, but financial trouble at the club may force them to sell him for a lower price, one which Moyes is hoping to take full advantage of.
Negredo has scored 54 goals in 122 appearances for the La Liga side since joining them in 2009 from Almeria, and the 27 year old has also bagged 6 international goals in 12 appearances for the Spanish national team.