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Moyes: My players are not for sale

Man City are still hoping to land Joleon Lescott from Everton and partner him with Chelsea's JT. It seems a bit ambitious but you can't take anything away from City for that.
City offered 15 million pounds for the defender, but Everton have again said no.

Everton Manager David Moyes has told shareholders at a forum at Goodison Park on Wednesday that none of his players will be sold this summer. But Lescott could force the issue and demand to speak to City boss Mark Hughes, just like John Terry did to Chelsea chiefs.

I think David Moyes has a sound head on his shoulders. He backs his players no matter what, fights for them and genuinely seems to want them at the club, not like some Premier League managers who buy players just to say that they have him and no one else does. Lescott is a good defender and Everton should try to keep him at Goodison at all costs.


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