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Boss: We'll End Window Stronger

Martinez says Everton set to be stronger on 3 September.

Boss: We'll End Window Stronger
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Roberto Martinez says Everton remain on course to emerge from the transfer window in a stronger position than they were at the start of the summer.

The Blues chief has already added four players to his squad with no senior members heading out of Goodison Park.

There has been much made of interest from other clubs in some of his squad but the manager said after the draw at Cardiff that he is confident his outfit will be stronger on 3 September than when he took over.

He said: "You always want to keep your good performers and we have had interest in our players which I see as a fantastic complement. We are in a very good financial position and we don't have to sell to balance any books and that gives you a good strength.

"You never know what is going to happen but we are looking strong to finish the window in a stronger position than we were when it opened."

Martinez indicated that he would still aim to boost his squad, adding: "Hopefully. We will try and use the window in our favour."

A.S KanjiThanks for all your effort Victor, will miss your smile...

Tuesday 3rd September 08:44 Report Comment

A.S KanjiGreat signings...Am now really looking forward to the rest of the season. What a difference a day makes! Romelu we have a great penailty taker so no worries :-) WELCOME ALL.

Tuesday 3rd September 08:44 Report Comment

bernard philipsGood luck to Victor, he always gave his best, Roberto good to his word we are stronger after the window has closed, we have lost one player but strengthened with 3 others good business, KOYB cheers.

Tuesday 3rd September 00:57 Report Comment

A.S Kanji22;44 Monday evening. 16 mins before close of window... Stronger after window!!! Ok right we are

Monday 2nd September 22:44 Report Comment

stuart prendergastI think Roberto's first comments regarding the team being stronger will come back to bite him tonight. We will be weaker.

Monday 2nd September 21:51 Report Comment

Eric Matthewsi have to agree with Karl Jones clearly he knows football

Monday 2nd September 18:20 Report Comment

graham griffithswe need a striker cmon everton

Monday 2nd September 12:36 Report Comment

james snaddonwe can afford to lose fellaini,we have Barkley. so use the money to invest in a decent striker

Sunday 1st September 19:14 Report Comment

A.S KanjiReally McCarthy! Not convinced. T.Ince would be a better choice and get Gerard more games whilst Gibo is ready... Why do we need to Sell to buy...!?

Sunday 1st September 12:01 Report Comment

Gordon BellDon't waste loan money on Barry. Buy younger players such as McCarthy, and a decent striker. All this possession and too few goals

Sunday 1st September 10:51 Report Comment

Neelan GanesanGive Anichebe a chance. He was picking up towards the end of last season

Sunday 1st September 09:53 Report Comment

Karl JonesHow would replacing Fellaini with McCarthy and or Barry make us stronger ?

Sunday 1st September 07:30 Report Comment

Andrew David ValeAnother Striker Would be Great And Two Midfielders and a Defender To Replace Baines If he goes To United

Saturday 31st August 18:49 Report Comment
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