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ENGLAND/ EVERTON, Moyes: "I think

12.11.2012 11.15 by TM W  read 1357
Source: The Sun
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Moyes has admitted he faces an uphill struggle to keep Marouane Fellaini.

The Everton boss knows a host of scouts from big Premier League and European clubs have the attacker on their ‘must see’ list.

Moyes, who values Fellaini at £30million, said: “If we have top players and cannot give them trophies or European football, I may have to accept what they’re thinking.”

Fellaini hit Everton's equaliser in the 2-1 win over Sunderland. 

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