Everton is not a club known for having money to buy players, but in the past few years it has done well in the transfer market. Moyes has brought in Louis Saha, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, John Heitinga and most recently, Landon Donovan on loan.
First of all I'll start with some of the Everton players who could be leaving and then list possible replacements and other possible signings.
Marouane Fellaini has recently been linked with another team that wear blue kits in Chelsea. He is seen as a good replacement for the aging German midfielder Michael Ballack. Fellaini has recently been performing greatly in his defensive role this season earning plaudits from everywhere for his performances.
Possible price: at least 20 million pounds.
Currently out, injured Jack Rodwell has impressed everyone this season, breaking into the first team. Rodwell has looked solid in the centre of midfield.
Everton is known for their great academy, producing some great players such as Rodwell, Rooney, Gosling, and now Seamus Coleman.
His form this season has sparked interest from big clubs in England and some in Spain. Chelsea and Manchester United seem to be very keen on the young Englishman who has featured regularly for the England U-21 side, scoring twice with them.
Maybe not in the winter transfer window but in the summer, as much as it pains me to say it, I think we will be seeing another Everton academy player moving to Manchester United.
Today it was confirmed the Australian centre back Lucas Neill has signed for Turkish giants Galatasaray. The fee is believed to be in the region of 800,000 and 1.5 million pounds.
Maybe not the smartest move by Neill, who has been in good form for Everton lately. Moving to an inferior league is also not the smartest move with the World Cup coming up.
I wish him all the best in Turkey.
The Swiss international has not played much football this season and could be looking to move to Everton, who just lost Neill. With a World Cup coming, it could be in his interest to look for first team football anywhere he can get it. Everton would be an ideal place for him as it is in a high-quality league, and he would be playing for a quality side.
Manuel could be brought back to Goodison on another loan deal with an option to buy. He would be a valuable asset to the Merseyside club, who have had troubles in the midfield. But the thing is, does Everton need another midfielder? Donovan seems to be playing right midfielder, Cahill and Fellaini in the middle, and Pienaar on the left. This may not be the smartest move, but it would give more depth in the Everton squad.
The former Lyon man was bought by Marsielle to replace Samir Nasri, who left for Arsenal. Now Ben Arfa's form has seen him gain new admirers in the shape of Everton. Ben Arfa would be a great signing, but his price tag is something that could price Everton out of obtaining his services.
His time at Tottenham could be up, and Alan Hutton could be having a fresh start at Goodison Park. The talented Scotsman's time at White Hart Lane has been plagued by injury, and he has since been put down the pecking order below Vedran Corluka.
Goodison would be ideal for him because he would be a first team regular replacing Tony Hibbert.
The South African international has not had the most successful time at Blackburn Rovers and might be interested in a move to Everton. Although getting older, he still has pace and could be a good player coming off the bench. With him going to the World Cup, it might not be the smartest move going to Everton with Yakubu and Louis Saha above him in the pecking order.
A long shot, Fernado Gago would be a very good and interesting signing by Everton. If he were to move, he would have to take a huge pay cut, which is probably not ideal for the talented Argentine. A loan move is more ideal for him as he isn't playing enough to be considered for Argentina's World Cup squad.
Rafeal Van der Vaart from Real Madrid
Joao Mouinho from Sporting Lisbon
Sessengong from PSG
Steven Defour from Standard Liege