Everton central midfielder James McCarthy could see his Everton future come into doubt, with a contract dispute between the player and club developing as a result of a lack of discussions, as reported by the Daily Star.
The player is expecting the club to open talks over a new deal, with the former Wigan star having agreed a contract that was not entirely to his liking in an attempt to beat the deadline.
There was an agreement that good performances would see the terms of his deal improved, and with McCarthy believing that he has reached the targets set to him when he moved to the club.
Despite this, there have been no further talks between McCarthy and Everton, and the £13 million man is becoming unsettled as a result.
With all of Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur interested in the player, Everton will have to move swiftly before the situation worsens.