Moyes has dismissed suggestions the players are transfer targets by insisting he has not been contacted about any of his players during the close season and insists that he intends to continue improving the Blues' squad.
"We're always going to have interest in the players we have, because we've got really good players, so I would expect it," he said.
"But we don't sell easy here at Everton and we've always tried to build a team.
"Of course you're going to lose players now and again but in the main we've kept the bulk of the players, we're going to continue to try and add to it and try to keep improving.
He added: "I've heard nothing from nobody."
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264 Posted 05/07/2012 at 16:00:32
In either case, I hope it stays that way, but unfortunately I doubt it.
270 Posted 05/07/2012 at 16:29:19
Like the way this summer is shaping up.
325 Posted 05/07/2012 at 20:49:01
Reality is that the clubs who may be interested in Fellaini or Baines have no real need to rush. They can spend a couple more weeks checking out their options (secure in the knowledge that they will be made aware if anyone actually makes an enquiry/ offer) and then another couple sealing the deal(s).
The problem is that doesn't really suit us at all as we will have missed some prime targets and everyone will know we are desperate to replace the players we have lost and hike the prices up.
I don't want us to sell anyone, but I am not yet convinced that we have the necessary funds to add to the squad in the way we should be (or that free transfers will provide all the players we need), and I don't want us to be scrambling around in the second half of August (although I don't think that we will be able to dictate the timetable in any case).
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