The summer will provide Marco Silva with the perfect opportunity to make a number of changes at Everton. The Toffees have a rather large squad and a number of men have been on the fringes of the first-team for the majority of the campaign.
Naturally, some of those individuals will have headed out on loan for the season, but it appears the Portuguese manager is ready to cut ties with one of his midfielders in the summer.
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According to a report by the Daily Mail, Everton are prepared to consider all offers they receive for Muhamed Besic this summer.
It is claimed the Toffees would want an offer around £9million with interest from Turkish giants Besiktas and Fenerbache both believed to be interested.
It is not a surprise to hear that Everton will listen to offers for Besic in the summer as the 26-year-old is clearly surplus to requirements at Goodison Park.
Roberto Martinez originally brought Besic to the Toffees after witnessing a number of impressive performances for his country during the 2014 World Cup, however, things have never worked out for him.
Silva has a number of players available for selection ahead of the Bosnian midfielder and has spent the past 15 months on loan at Championship outfit Middlesbrough.
Despite impressing in recent performances for Boro, it was always unlikely that those displays were going to ever put him in the reckoning of a first-team place at Everton.
If the Premier League side were to receive a figure of around £9m, it would have to be considered a good piece of business for a player that has not quite worked out.
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