Everton don't want a goalkeeper, Roberto Martinez confirms

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Everton are expected to bring in a number of players during the summer transfer window.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez says that he won't be in the market for a goalkeeper this summer.

Everton are expected to be active in the upcoming transfer window, with the Liverpool Echo reporting that Martinez has targeted four new players.

The goalkeeping position doesn't concern Martinez, though, with the Spanish boss happy to continue with what he has in that department.

Tim Howard and Joel Robles have competed for a place in Everton's starting line-up this season, while the Toffees also have Jindřich Staněk and Russell Griffiths on the verge of breaking through.

It means that Everton will be looking to use their transfer budget to strengthen other areas of their squad, contrary to recent reports.

The Daily Mail had suggested that Everton were keen on signing Queens Park Rangers stopper Alex McCarthy, whilst TalkSPORT said the Merseyside outfit wanted Deportivo La Coruna goalkeeper Fabricio Agosto.

Everton have had a disappointing campaign this season and Martinez will need to inject a sizeable amount of quality in the coming months if they are to get back to competing for a place in Europe. 

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