1. Callum McManaman
Callum McManaman, 22, a player that Everton let go at the age of sixteen and helped current boss Roberto Martinez lift the FA Cup in 2012 with an eye-catching display. Would a Merseyside return be a good fit for the young winger? I think beyond this season, when inevitably Gerard Deulofeu doesn’t sign permanently from Barcelona; he’d be a great catch for the Toffees. Much like Kevin Mirallas, McManaman is able to play on both wings and possesses a great surge of pace and a decent end product to match – something Mirallas has lacked this season, I feel personally.
England manager Roy Hodgson name dropped McManaman as a player he is monitoring with the World Cup looming in the summer, perhaps a surprise to some considering his status as a Championship player. A January move would maybe be good for him in terms of prospectively getting a look in in that England squad come June but Martinez will be looking elsewhere to fill the shoes of Darron Gibson and Arouna Kone temporarily as both have long-term injuries.