According to a report in The Sun, three Championship teams are interested in out-of-favour Everton winger Aiden McGeady and are wanting to take the Republic of Ireland international on loan.
Leeds United, Blackburn Rovers and Sheffield Wednesday are said to be interested in McGeady, who is thought to be looking for more regular football in the run-up to the forthcoming European Championships this summer.
The 29-year-old, 76-cap international, who moved from Celtic to Russian side Spartak Moscow for around £8.4m in 2010 has only appeared once for Everton this season with a 45-minute run out in a 5-3 AET win over League One Barnsley in August; he has only made one unused subsitute appearance on the bench in the Premier League at the tail-end of September.
Sky Sports reported three days ago that Everton boss Roberto Martinez was looking to get McGeady some game time via the loan market with the Spaniard saying, “We’re going to work together with Aiden and his representative and we’re going to make the right call. There’s been three enquiries and it’s going to be over the next couple of weeks that we’re going to make the final decision.It would be a loan until the end of the season and [he]would be returning and competing strongly in pre-season in view of the next campaign.”