Moyes eager to avoid sales

Everton boss David Moyes is hoping to avoid being pressed into any sales during the January transfer window.

Last Updated: 11/01/13 at 15:36 Post Comment

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The Toffees have never worked with the biggest of squads, making each and every member vital to the collective cause.

Were players to be moved on, they would need to be replaced, and funds remain in short supply at Goodison Park.

Taking that into account, Moyes has moved to play down speculation regarding potential departures.

Marouane Fellaini is among those making headlines on a regular basis, with it claimed that he has a £22million buy-out clause in his contract, but Moyes insists no-one will be going anywhere if he gets his way.

He said: "The plan is to keep all of our players.

"I wouldn't be talking about anyone's contracts if I can help it, and I won't do it now."

On potential incomings, with Premier League bosses across the country scouring the market for fresh faces, Moyes added: "We are trying - we will look around and see what we will get."

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