Everton transfer news and rumours
Transfer news, rumours and gossip from Goodison Park
By Sky Sports Football
Last Updated: 06/04/20 10:58am
The latest transfer news and gossip on the players linked with Everton - and those who could leave the club.
The latest players linked with a move to Everton…
Allan and Hirving Lozano - the pair have fallen out of favour at Napoli since Carlo Ancelotti left the Serie A club in December last year. Napoli want £35m to part Lozano, whereas Everton are so far offering closer to £18m (Corriere dello Sport, April 6)
Christian Luyindama - the Galatasaray defender is a target for Everton, Aston Villa and Wolves. The 26-year-old was signed by the Turkish club last summer for £7m (Fanatik, April 6)
James Rodriguez - Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly eyeing a reunion with Real Madrid forward James. Ancelotti worked with the Colombia international at Real Madrid and is keen on a reunion having attempted to sign him for Napoli (Marca, April 2)
Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey - Everton are planning huge summer bids for Real Madrid forward Bale and Juventus' midfielder Ramsey (90min.com, April 1)
Bouna Sarr - Everton are battling Sevilla for the Marseille right-back Sarr. It is claimed Sarr has been watched by both Everton and Sevilla scouts, while clubs in Italy have also shown an interest. Marseille want £10m for the 28-year-old (The Mirror, March 29)
Yeferson Soteldo - The president of Brazilian club Santos Carlos Peres claims Everton are interested in their midfielder.
"I will confirm Inter asked me for Soteldo, specifically Ausilio in person, but he stopped when I requested €35m," Peres said. "Soteldo is a young player with sensational skills, a player who can decide games.
"I've received requests from all the big clubs in Brazil, he is wanted by Premier League sides like Everton, as well as many offers from Spain." (Calciomercato, March 23)
Gabriel Magalhaes - Everton are one of three clubs to make an offer for the Lille defender.
Another unnamed English club and two Italian clubs have also had offers accepted by the Ligue 1 side and it is expected the deal could be finalised in the next 10 days for next season.
The 22-year-old Gabriel joined Lille from Brazilian club Avai in 2017 for £1.5m but is expected to cost around £30m after a string of impressive performances this season.
Santiago Arias - Everton are among other clubs interested in signing Atletico Madrid right-back Santiago Arias in the summer. (Antena2, March 26)
Martin Braithwaite - Everton and West Ham are keen on Barcelona and Denmark striker Braithwaite, 28, although his club will not sell him for less than £18m having only been signed in February on an emergency deal. (Diario Sport, March 27)
Jose Callejon - Everton will be looking to sign a right-winger in the summer to provide competition for Theo Walcott and Napoli's Callejon could be an option.
Callejon is out of contract this summer, and his agent Manuel Garcia Quilon told Sevilla ABC: "Napoli president De Laurentiis has always wanted to renew his contract. We are grateful for the interest shown towards Jose. At this time there is no agreement, the two positions are very respectable and there has never been a discussion of any kind between the parties. There is mutual affection. We'll see."
Steven Berghuis - Former Tottenham midfielder Rafael Van der Vaart has told £23m Everton target Berghuis not to ruin his career by moving to Goodison Park.
"I think he should stay with Feyenoord," he said. "He is the man there, the team is built around him. Do you have to go to somewhere like Everton when you are almost 29?
"If you go there and don't play well for two games they will replace you with a clumsy Englishman and you will be out of the picture with the national team." (The Sun, March 22)
Marash Kumbulla - The young centre-back has attracted interest from Everton, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea but it is believed it would take around £25m for Hellas Verona to part ways with the player (Corriere di Verona, March 20)
Cengiz Under - Everton are interested in signing AS Roma star forward Under according to reports from Italy. The Toffees are leading the race to sign the 22-year-old (Gazzetta Di Parma, March 19)
Calciomercato claim Roma are prepared to accept £37m for Under this summer.
Gianluigi Donnarumma - Everton have been linked with the AC Milan goalkeeper, who is set to enter the final year of contract (Gazzetta dello Sport, March 19)
Lorenzo Pellegrini - Everton and Inter Milan are reportedly looking to exploit a £27m release clause in Pellegrini's Roma contract. The 23-year-old has asked for a substantial increase in wages which would see him earn £3.2m a season (Calciomercato, March 17)
The latest players linked with an Everton exit…
Oumar Niasse, Cuco Martina, Luke Garbutt and Shani Tarashaj - Everton are set to slash their wage bill by releasing four players this summer. Niasse, Martina, Garbutt and Tarashaj are heading for the Goodison Park exit door (Liverpool Echo, March 20)
Luke Garbutt - the 26-year-old will leave Everton this summer, as his £28,000-a-week contract is due to expire. Leeds could bring him back to Elland Road (The Boot Room, March 20)
Jonas Lossl - Huddersfield Town chief exec Mark Devlin has acknowledged Everton loanee Lossl is unlikely to stay into next season, not least because he has taken a significant pay cut to re-join the Terriers and push for a place at Euro 2020, which has now been delayed until next year. (Huddersfield Examiner, March 24)
Theo Walcott - The winger will be up for grabs this summer after failing to convince the Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti. Walcott has 15 months left on his current contract (The Mirror, March 29)
Bernard - Everton winger Bernard has a desire to work with his former boss Paulo Fonseca at Roma, and may look for a summer move (Calciomercato, April 5)
The latest Everton contract talk…
Leighton Baines - Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is keen to keep Baines at the club due to his experience and leadership. The 35-year-old's current deal expires at the end of this season (The Athletic, March 20)