Marouane Fellaini is a chance of departing Everton this summer provided any interested clubs meet his release clause which is in excess of £20million.

Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright made it clear to incoming manager Roberto Martinez that the club does not have to sell this summer but did hint at Belgian midfielder Fellaini going if the right money came.

"He talked about a couple of new signings and he talked about the squad and asked 'Do they need to go?'" Kenwright said of his discussions with Martinez.

"I said 'No, they absolutely do not have to go', (although) there is one (Fellaini) that has a get-out, which everyone knows."

Fellaini, who cost Everton a club record £15m back in 2008, has attracted interest from Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.

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