Everton want Tom Cleverley… For £15million?!

According to the Daily Mirror, Everton boss Roberto Martinez wants Tom Cleverley to join the Toffees in the summer for a massive £15million. David Moyes has his reservations about selling the United scapegoat, because he fears the England international may thrive under new management.

After his stunning debut in the Community Shield comeback against Manchester City almost three years ago, Tom Cleverley has failed to kick-on and prove to be that midfield starlet we all expected him to be. Instead, he has turned into the player that the United fans love to hate.

Cleverley, 24, has worked with Roberto Martinez previously at Wigan Athletic where he helped the Latics stay in the Premier League whilst on a season-long loan under the Spaniard.

Martinez believes Cleverley could be a key figure of the new regime at Everton and is willing to splash most of the Toffees’ transfer budget on the player, but only if United are willing to sell.

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  • Frankie

    FFS – Moyes is scared of selling one of his poorer performers in case he plays better elsewhere!!? If it weren’t Moyes I’d say it must be a joke reason but it’s probably true. Every player bar Rooney would play better under a better manager. Firk me but why should he give a monkeys how well an ex player plays in the future? He is soooo wrong for this job

  • zac lazari

    Haha….£15m for Cleverely….tbh i would say he is probably worth 3-4 million

  • ian harris

    Liverpool fans were saying the same crap about Rodgers last season. Don’t think they want him out now. What’s he won as a manager ?

  • Yettner

    Grab it while it’s there

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