Everton have been linked with a move for Sean Davis, a player David Moyes tried to bring to Goodison Park a couple of years ago until the move broke down due to fears over the stability of the players’ knee.
Davis has made just one appearance for the club he chose after Everton baulked at the Â£5m deal, Spurs, and is keen to play first team football elsewhere in the Premiership.
His old club, Fulham, are also said to be in the running for the player who’s price tag has dropped dramatically in the last two years to just Â£2m – well within Everton’s remit for a player who, despite recent injury, has the kind of quality that David Moyes likes to work with.
Davis said recently : “There is an embarassment of quality players in the reserve team. The likes of myself, Pedro Mendes and Anthony Gardner are not getting a game and I don’t know how much longer you can wait for your chance.
“Most of us are used to playing week in, week out. When you’re not it’s hard to take.
“When you’re not making an 18 or 20-man squad it can be a bit depressing – but you can’t sulk. You have to keep working hard and be professional.
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