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ToffeeLinks 10/04/2013: Is An Everton Exodus Imminent?

As Neville moves on, one can't help but wonder if Moyes, Fellaini, and others will follow suit and move out of Goodison at the end of the year.

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Valerio Pennicino

There have been stories throughout the year of big names like Marouane Fellaini, Leighton Baines and now David Moyes as well leaving Everton for greener pastures.

After Phil Neville decided to leave at the end of this season, one can't help to wonder if these players (and manager) will also leave. The news has already started filling up with rumors of potential successors to some of these names. Today is just the start, folks.

Everton eye Porto boss Pereira as potential Moyes successor -
"Goodison Park chairman Bill Kenwright is ready to target the Portuguese manager, who is out of contract in the summer, as the Merseysiders prepare for a possible change at the helm."

-- Vitor Pereira is a talented manager (who was under the wing of Andre Villas-Boas) but I still think he doesn't have enough experience with top-flight teams yet. It would be a risk choosing him.

Phil Neville looking to extend Premier League career after calling time on Everton - Telegraph
"Phil Neville is aiming to extend his Premier League career into next season, rather than join brother Gary in the television studio, after confirming his decision to leave Everton at the end of this campaign."

-- I thought he would move outside where he could get top flight football but it looks like many big names are linked to Neville. Aston Villa, Stoke City, and Hull City are all linked.

Everton just as desperate for points as QPR, says Heitinga -
"The Netherlands international says that his club is just as hungry for victory as Saturday's relegation-threatened opponent and expects a tough contest against the Hoops."