The Croatian striker struggled to find form last season and will find himself much further down the pecking order at Goodison Park since the arrival of Arouna Kone from Wigan, and the emergence once more of Victor Anichebe.
Kreuzer said last week, “He has got to be a player who can play as a lone striker and hold the ball up. He has got to be able to draw his team-mates into the game and be strong in the air.”
Lewis later tweeted that Kreuzer has said that they will make a bid for the striker, and after their interest last season which was apparently for a fee of £10m, Roberto Martinez could find himself with more money to spend on new signings.
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