Plenty of Everton fans have been lauding a transfer link to Tosin Adarabioyo as Paul Hirst has reported that he has told Manchester City that he wants to leave in the summer window.
However, according to a tweet from The Times journalist, the 22-year old is also attracting interest from fellow Premier League rivals in Brighton and Hove Albion, Fulham and West Ham United, as well as a whole host of clubs from the EFL Championship.
Adarabioyo is reportedly available for just £8 million as he currently only has a year left on his deal, which may turn out to be a bargain given his relatively young age and potential.
The central defender would provide some decent cover to the likes of Mason Holgate, Michael Keane and Yerry Mina and may even have ambitions of his own to break through into Carlo Ancelotti’s starting 11.
Indeed, he already has decent experience having played a combined total of 63 games in the Championship over the last two seasons for Blackburn Rovers and West Brom.
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These members of the Goodison Park faithful lauded the news on Twitter, with one EFC supporter even branding the Englishman as an ‘absolute tank:’
Tosin Adarabioyo attracting interest from Fulham, West Ham, Brighton & Everton, as well as several Championship clubs. He has told City that he wants to leave.
— Paul Hirst (@hirstclass) September 16, 2020
Will be an excellent signing
— Evertonian (@Evertonian786) September 17, 2020
Bring him in. For that fee, seems worthy of taking a flyer on him. Fills a desperate need at this point as well.
I’d like to see him and Yerry in the box for James’ corners. With DCL in there as well, it’ll be like having three Fergusons ready to knock one in.
— Jeremy Harmon (@Harmonov) September 17, 2020
he’s got a tonne of championship experience. he’s an absolute tank (6 foot 5) with good passing and for £8 mil on a 5 year deal it’s a win-win. either he goes in the squad or we sell him for a profit as he’s young and english.
— danny (@dannymonnox) September 17, 2020
Him and Mina could be the new EFC twin towers 😂😂😂
— Carlo Perfetto (@stevie89940908) September 17, 2020
He’s pretty raw, but there’s definitely some talent there.
— Ryan Williams (@RyanSoccerAA) September 17, 2020
When you have experience in Mina and Keane, athleticism in Holgate, raw fits in real well. How did you feel about giving Branthwaite a go as the 4th CB this year?
— Gary Scott🇨🇴🇧🇷🇫🇷 (@RB_GScott) September 17, 2020
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