The new manager will target players who fit into Everton’s philosophy.
New Everton manager Roberto Martinez has said that he will only target specific players in order to stamp his mark on his new club according to Sky Sports.
Martinez recently became Everton’s new manager, taking over from David Moyes who joined Manchester United.
The Spaniard is looking to sign some new players but won’t be hasty in his decision making, preferring to sign players who fit into his philosophy for the club.
“There is some work going on already and over the next few weeks we need to make sure that we bring the right characters as well as the right players to the football club,” said the Spaniard.
Martinez hopes to do some scouting work himself at this years Confederations Cup, where he is working as a television pundit.
The Spaniard will not meet up with his entire squad until pre-season training and the former Wigan boss may bring in some new faces before pre-season training.
The Spaniard will also need to try and keep hold of some his players, with other clubs interested in midfielder Maurone Fellaini and defender Leighton Baines.
Manchester United have reportedly targeted both players, while Arsenal and Chelsea want to sign Fellaini.
The Gunners reportedly had a bid accepted for Fellaini in the region of £22 million.