Moyes keen on Turks in part-exchange.
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Everton boss David Moyes will demand a player plus cash deal for Maroune Fellaini if Real Madrid make their interest in the Belgian concrete.
The Spanish giants are the latest club to express an interest in Fellaini, with European Champions Chelsea also keen on a deal. Moyes is understood to be reluctant to lose the Belgian but will look to take advantage of Madrid’s surplus of midfielders if Jose Mourinho comes calling.
The Scot privately feels is he powerless to prevent the departure of the 23-year-old he signed from Standard Liege in 2008 but will attempt to use his good relationship with Mourinho to soften the blow with a part-exchange deal. The Merseysiders signed left-sider Royston Drenthe on loan from Real for the second half of last term and Moyes is interesting in securing similar deals from the Spanish champions in future.
Turkish midfielder Nuri Sahin tops Moyes’ list of potential swaps. The 23-year-old has endured a miserable time at Real Madrid, starting just 4 times since moving from Borussia Dortmund last summer. Everton will also enquire about Sahin’s Turkish teammate Hamit Alintop, who managed just one more appearance than his compatriot last season.