Everton are reportedly considering a move for Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj in the summer.
Roberto Martinez is a big admirer of the United youngster and tried to sign him in January, but were rebuffed by the Old Trafford club as Louis van Gaal was not keen on letting him go midway through the campaign.
But the Dutch manager might be more open to letting him go in the summer after Januzaj failed to make an impact with the first-team thus far this campaign. He has struggled to get into the starting XI due to the good form of Ashley Young, Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini in recent weeks.
The 20-year-old winger has struggled for game time since the turn of the year and has failed to feature since coming on as a substitute during the FA Cup defeat to Arsenal in February. He has just made seven starts thus far this campaign compared to 15 under David Moyes and Ryan Giggs last season.
Apart from his United career stalling, the winger has also lost his place in the Belgian national team after being dropped by Marc Wilmots for the latest round of international games.
This will play a part in Januzaj's mind when it comes to considering his future, as he could miss out on a place in the Belgium team for next year's Euro 2016 competition if he continues to be a fringe player at United for another season.
Everton will be a fresh start for the youngster and he can expect to start on a regular basis under the Spanish manager, who is also known for his attacking style of play that suits Januzaj.
However, the Toffees will have a fight on their hands for the players signature as Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in signing him, after making their interest known during the January transfer window.