• Roberto Martinez could enter the market for Andriy Yarmolenko
  • Everton manager has been keen on signing Yarmolenko since last season 
  • Everton are also bracing themselves for yet another bid for John Stones 

Simon Jones for MailOnline

Everton have revived their interest in Andriy Yarmolenko from Dynamo Kiev.

The Ukraine attacking midfielder has been on the radar of Roberto Martinez since last season and was a former target for neighbours Liverpool. 

Martinez is considering a bid of around £10.5million, although Dynamo claim his buy-out clause is £17.5m.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has revived their interest in Andriy Yarmolenko from Dynamo Kiev

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has revived their interest in Andriy Yarmolenko from Dynamo Kiev

Martinez is considering a bid of around £10.5million, which is understood to be Yarmolenko's buy-out clause

Martinez is considering a bid of around £10.5million, which is understood to be Yarmolenko’s buy-out clause

Ukraine agent Vadim Shabliy says he is working on the deal and Dynamo have made an offer for Sevilla winger Vitolo as they prepare for Yarmolenko’s possible departure. 

Everton face competition from Villarreal for Argentinian international defender Ramiro Funes Mori at River Plate. 

Meanwhile, Chelsea are expected to make another offer for Everton’s John Stones this week while Juventus are pushing to sign Juan Cuadrado on an initial loan.

Chelsea are expected to make another offer for highly rated Everton defender John Stones this week

Chelsea are expected to make another offer for highly rated Everton defender John Stones this week

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