Everton boss Moyes fears having to sell another big name

Everton boss David Moyes fears he'll have to sell a big name again later this year.

Moyes could be forced to sell another big name at the end of the season, despite cashing in on Mikel Arteta last summer, says the People.

And that could mean England trio Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines and Jack Rodwell all being targets for predatory rivals.

Spanish midfielder Arteta moved on deadline day in the last window and the £10million Everton banked from Arsenal provided much-needed funds.

It helped finance new deals for midfielder Marouane Fellaini and hot young property Ross Barkley, as well as covering the wages of free transfer signing James McFadden.

The cash also paid for the loan deals of LA Galaxy star Landon Donovan and Real Madrid’s Dutchman Royston Drenthe.

But to keep their head above water and finance any new transfer business, Moyes knows he is faced with having to sell again, unless the club is taken over by wealthy new owners.

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