Loads of Everton fans have slammed a transfer link to Tyrone Mings as the back pages of the Sunday Mirror (via The Gwladys Street) claimed that the Merseyside club are interested in signing the Aston Villa man in the upcoming summer transfer window.
As per the outlet, Manchester United are also said to be interested in his signature, as he is apparently valued at around £30m.
Is Mings worth £30 million?
Mings has arguably not had the best of seasons so far at Villa Park, as he has only managed to achieve five clean sheets in 30 games in the 2019/20 Premier League, while also averaging a relatively low 0.5 tackles per game and seeing two errors leading to goals, according to Sofascore.
The central defender has played a big part in Aston Villa’s season in the top flight, in which they have conceded a quite staggering 65 goals so far and are four points away from safety with just three matches left to play (via the Premier League website).
These Everton supporters slammed the link to the English international on Twitter, with one Toffee branding the 27-year old as ‘awful’:
Please god no he’s worse than all r centre backs
— dylan davies (@dylanjd14) July 12, 2020
Another Ashley Williams moment
— ⚡️Luke Stephens©®™ (@blooboylukie) July 13, 2020
Most overrated player in the prem
— Greg (@gregofallgregs) July 12, 2020
This would be another terrible signing
— Sam Fearon (@SamSamfearon) July 13, 2020
He is awful 🤣
— Paulbird (@birdy9680) July 13, 2020
How can he possibly be priced at 30 Mill, ridiculous, real value 12 or 13 at a push.
— simon lloyd (@mindersam) July 13, 2020
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