Everton are desperate to keep hold of Coleman.
Seamus Coleman is to be offered a lucrative new deal by Everton to ward off transfer interest from Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United.
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The right-back has been impressing in the Premier League this season and as a result has attracted much of the division’s elite clubs.
However, Toffees manager Roberto Martinez wants to build the Merseyside team around their young talents and says the intention is to offer Coleman a new contract in the summer.
“We won’t offer encouragement to any club over Seamus. He is on a long-term contract and we want to ensure we grow together and we need players like Seamus,” Martinez was quoted by the Mirror.
“Yes, it is the intention to offer him a new contract.
“That is something we will look at this summer.
“Seamus has got a long-term contract. James [McCarthy] and Ross [Barkley] are the same. But we want to reward them.”
Coleman is an established first team player at Goodison Park now, after joining the club from Irish side Sligo Rovers in January 2009.
The 25-year-old has since played 133 matches for the English side in all competitions, including 31 appearances this campaign and six league goals.
The full-back is also a fully fledged international and has earned 19 caps for the Republic of Ireland to date and is considered to be one of the nation’s best players.
The Gunners are looking for replacements on the right side of defence, with Bacary Sagna likely to leave the club in the summer.
United meanwhile are unconvinced with their current options of Rafael, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling and also have the lure of David Moyes as boss – the man who originally brought Coleman to England.
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