June 15, 2024

An “outstanding” Everton player is supposedly being courted by a club, and the Blues are reportedly asking for more than £40 million for his services.

Everton transfer news

The Blues are so much better now than they were at the beginning of the season; they are playing well under Sean Dyche and have responded brilliantly to their 10-point Premier League deduction. Everton’s performance in winning four straight league games without giving up a goal is impressive. Although their midweek EFL Cup defeat at the hands of Fulham was unfortunate, the team’s current advantages over disadvantages are undeniable.

Although Dyche is getting a great deal out of his present team, the Toffees manager is undoubtedly open to adding new players when the January transfer market opens.

Jack Harrison, an Englishman who impressed while on loan from Leeds United, has recently been linked to a permanent move, while Iliman Ndiaye, who only joined Marseille in the summer, has also been linked to a move to Everton.

But there’s always a chance that some of the most important Blues players could be targeted by other teams; in fact, a rumor of this kind surfaced recently.

Everton dealt Amadou Onana blow

Amadou Onana, a midfield player for Everton, is reportedly wanted by Barcelona, who have “already had some contacts” with him regarding a transfer to Camp Nou, according to Marca [via Sport Witness].

But if Barca wants to push a transfer through, the Blues won’t let the Belgian walk for free and will seek at least €50 million (£43.3 million) for his signing. The giants of La Liga deem that to be a “considerable figure” to pay.

A summer transfer is more plausible, though, as the source does mention that “there is no option” for Onana to relocate to Spain in January.

Onana, a 22-year-old who is a superb technical football player in addition to being a big physical presence in the middle, would be a huge loss for Everton.

He has been called “outstanding” by former England international Darren Bent, and he has been instrumental in

That being said, it would be difficult to blame him for leaving at the end of the season for heading to Barcelona, since many football players find the city to be quite alluring, even though they may not have the same allure as they once did.

To retain the Belgium international, Everton will undoubtedly need to stay in the Premier League, but considering their current performance, that seems likely.

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