Old Trafford boss wants Goodison Park youngster.
Sir Alex Ferguson will reignite his interest in Jack Rodwell, as Everton looks to raise cash before the transfer window shuts.
Moyes is being forced to consider drastic measures after owner Bill Kenwright confirmed the Toffees are stuck in a financial mess.
Everton may have to raise up to £10million in the next 10 days, and Moyes does not want to lose Phil Jagielka to Arsenal to balance the books, according to The People.
The Scotsman will reluctantly part with the talented youngster Rodwell in order to help balance the books at Goodison Park and United are ready to revive their longstanding interest in the England Under-21 midfielder.
Ferguson has monitored Rodwell’s progess for two seasons now and was once linked with a £20m bid for his services, but he could now be set to secure a deal for half that amount.
Rodwell is somewhat the great Everton enigma wanted by big clubs and England, but not a regular for Moyes which is why he could be the first casualty of a squad overhaul.
After years of chasing England youngster Jack Rodwell it seems that now may be the best time to make an offer to Everton for midfielder Jack Rodwell. The Toffees are in a financial crisis and may need to sell a player or two before the transfer window shuts to help balance the books and whilst the Merseyside club is adamant that they will fight off interest in the likes of Phil Jagielka and Mikel Arteta they may elect to cash in on their starlet.
Everton finally got their season underway on the weekend only to slump to a surprise home defeat to newly promoted QPR, and David Moyes is under pressure to deliver results on a threadbare budget and as such Man United are said to be ready to offer around £10m for 20 year old Jack Rodwell.
The Southport born player may be a player the club feel’s it can afford to lose, after all the midfielder only started 14 Premier League games last term and his loss will be less keenly felt than Everton’s top performers. Arsenal have made a couple of bids for Jagielka and are said to be interested in Arteta and a number of sides have been linked with moves for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines.
Ferguson is keen to add more youthful talents to his squad as he looks to build for the future and make up for the loss of some of his old guard. Over the past 18 months the Old Trafford boss has brought in Javier Hernandez, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and David de Gea and has seen youth team graduates Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley force their way into the first team reckoning.
Rodwell is a player that Sir Alex is known to admire and the Scot may look to make the England Under 21 international the club’s fourth major signing of the summer.