Goodison Park boss set for comings and goings.
Everton and Arsenal want to sign U.S. center-half Brek Shea.
The FC Dallas player could join on loan during the Major League Soccer off-season or be traded in the January transfer window.
DINIYAR BILYALETDINOV could be set for a January Goodison exit after reports emerged that he is unhappy with life on the bench at Everton FC.
The 26-year-old was reported to have told a Moscow football website that he fears losing his place in the Russian national team if he does not feature more regularly for David Moyes’ side.
SOURCE: Liverpool Echo
One wonders just how David Moyes manages to keep his Toffees side in the Premier League given the budget he has to deal with and this season may well prove to be the toughest of his almost decade long tenure at Goodison Park. Everton were the only club in the Premier League to not spend a single penny in the summer transfer window as chairman Bill Kenwright continues to leave supporters wondering where all the money goes.
The Merseyside club made around £20m from the sales of Mikel Arteta, Jermaine Beckford, Yakubu and James Vaughan and have brought in players that cost nothing or came in on loan deals so no one should be surprised that interest in MLS star Brek Shea revolves around an initial loan deal.
There appears to be some confusion over the position the FC Dallas player plays in. Whilst he has played in a centre back position in the past he is primarily played on the left wing either at full back or further up the field. The youngster is also being tracked by Arsenal by all accounts.
Diniyar Bilyaletdinov is understandably worried about getting few first team opportunities in this his third season at the club but in all honesty the Russian international has had a big dip in form and after a good first campaign and been treading water and Moyes is right to use the former Lokomotiv Moscow man sparingly until he can prove himself worthy of a regular spot in the starting eleven.