Everton’s boss David Moyes is looking to strength his squad for the coming campaign by adding Darren Fletcher to his promising team who is hungry to get a spot in UEFA Champions league. Fletcher, 24 years old, is on The Toffees manager wish list and hoping that his limited chances in playing first team football will convince the Scottish midfielder to play at Goodison Park very soon.
A number of injuries did not help the Edinburgh-born player last season and the arrival and success of £18m Brazilian Anderson limited his chances to play regularly which saw him managed just 11 starts and 12 substitute appearances in the double-winning season one of his inferior returns during his career at the Old Trafford.
Fletcher will take some notes from his former team-mate Phil Neville is doing very well at Goodison Park since moving to Merseyside at Old Trafford in 2005. Darren could cost Everton around £4millions which won’t be a big problem for David Moyes who is an admirer of Fletcher’s industry and big-game pedigree. Whether Fletcher moves or not, we wish the Scottish best of luck.