Goodison Park side target White Hart Lane powerhouse.
Everton have set their sights on Tottenham midfielder Moussa Dembele according to Sports Direct News.
The Belgian midfielder powerhouse has found himself frozen out of first team action in recent weeks and is looking for a new club in January so to help retain his role in the national team set-up with the 2014 World Cup finals on the horizon.
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Napoli, Newcastle United and Aston Villa are all said to be keen on the former Fulham man but Everton will hope to win the race to capture the 26 year old as a potential replacement for Marouane Fellaini, who left for Man United over the summer.
Martinez did bring in James McCarthy from Wigan Athletic, and Gareth Barry on loan from Man City, but the Spaniard is looking to further strengthen his Toffees midfield.
Dembele has started one of Tottenham’s last four Premier League fixtures, with Andre Villas-Boas opting to use Sandro in recent matches and the plethora of central midfield alternatives open to the Portuguese manager may well lead to the North London club considering good offers for the powerful attack minded midfielder.