EVERTON manager Roberto Martinez has slapped a €30M pricetag on Killybegs man Seamus Coleman amid interest from both Manchester United and Arsenal.
Reports in the British newspapers say David Moyes is keen to link up again with the player he signed for Everton.
The player has not made any comment – but he is a huge Man United fan.
Friends say if he is sold by Everton, he’d choose United ahead of Arsenal.
The Sunday People says Moyes is set to offer his old Merseyside club €18M for Coleman to fill a gaping hole in the right of his defence.
But Everton sources close to Martinez are quoted as saying that Coleman will not be sold “on the cheap.”
Martinez has made it clear he will not accept a penny less than €30M for 25-year-old Donegal man who has already scored six goals for his club this season – more goals than any other defender in the EPL.
Coleman is due to play for Everton against West Brom tomorrow night, where Aiden McGeady is expected to make his debut.