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Published on May 6th, 2014 | by soccersweep

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Everton in for Flyer – report

You may think that a lot of the transfer tittle tattle pertaining to Everton is just a load of nonsense but we always maintain that there usually no smoke without fire in the transfer market.

Ever since Roberto Martinez joined Everton the club has been linked with a catalogue wingers and so it’s clear to us they will be investing in one or two new wide man this summer. Happy days for lovers of attacking football then.

With Gerard Deulofeu’s future uncertain Everton need to strengthen on the flanks and yet another winger has been linked to the club of late.

This time it’s Aston Villa’s bright youngish thing Marc Albrighton.

He’s out of contract after that at the end of the season and its future still hasn’t been sorted out by his boyhood club. You might image that he would have strong emotional attachments to a club that he has been at for so long.

But with Everton firing on all cylinders at the moment and looking as if they have more in the tank Goodison would be an exciting place and a tempting proposition for many a player right now.

Marc Albrighton has emerged as a target for Everton as the Aston Villa winger’s contract ticks down.

The 24-year-old wideman is admired by Roberto Martinez and the Toffees boss is ready to offer him a fresh start at Goodison Park.

Perhaps now is the time to move if he wants to kick on. After 8 caps for the England U21s he hasn’t made the step put to ht seniors as yet and a new challenge might benefit club and country. Albrighton has scored 9 times in 100 appearances for Villa dating back to his senior debut in 2008.

Let’s take a look at him in action. Everton fans: does Albrighton have the quality to improve Everton?

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