Everton have been told that they will have to pay £10 million if they want to sign Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall, according to The Mirror.
Marshall is a player who is under constant speculation every transfer window, and Cardiff each time reiterate that they don’t want to lose their captain, who is one of the club’s best players.
West Bromwich Albion made approaches for the goalkeeper in summer but Cardiff managed to hang on to Marshall, with the goalkeeper remaining at the Welsh club. Cardiff signed Marshall from Norwich City for only £500,000 in May 2009. The goalkeeper’s consistently solid performances since then have increased his transfer value considerably.
Everton are the latest club to come calling for Marshall, with their starting goalkeeper Tim Howard not getting any younger at 36. However Cardiff are in a strong position for any transfer discussions, with Marshall being only two years into a four-and-a-half year deal signed in February 2014.