Slovakian goalkeeper is considering his Goodison Park future.
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“I thought I would be in a better situation than I am,” said Mucha, quoted in Polish newspaper Przeglad Sportowy. “On the other hand, I must say that nobody had promised me anything before my arrival.
“I have asked the manager if we could have a talk about the entire situation. We should sit down on the upcoming Friday and discuss my position.
“I will consider my future according to what he has to tell me. If Tim extends his contract and I will continue to be regularly on the bench, I will start to look for a new club.”
Slovakian goalkeeper Jan Mucha wants to speak with Everton manager David Moyes about whether he will play a more prominent role for the club next season.
Mucha was signed from Polish side Legia Warsaw last summer on a free after an impressive World Cup in South Africa. He has mainly acted as cover for first-choice stopper Tim Howard and has seen his game-time restricted to only two appearances – both in the Carling Cup.
The 28-year-old Slovakian international wants more first-team action and is willing to move clubs to get it. But he may have to move abroad as there does not seem to be many admirers in the Premier League.
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