Everton weren’t able to enjoy a strong start to the last campaign as they flirted with the possibility of relegation, with a strong second half of the season coming to the rescue.
Indeed, the Toffees haven’t exactly impressed during pre-season so far as Marco Silva has struggled to get the best out of the players at his disposal. Although, the Merseyside club appear to be making another move on the transfer front, as according to The Mirror, Everton have registered an interest in goalkeeper Tomas Holy.
Gillingham are facing a fight to hang onto giant Czech keeper Tomas Holy.
The shot-stopper ended up at the League One club last year following his release by Sparta Prague in his homeland.
Interestingly, they are willing to let him leave, but the likes of Arsenal, Crystal Palace and West Ham United have also registered an interest in recent weeks.
Jordan Pickford has been linked with a move away from Goodison Park ever since the World Cup, so you wouldn’t rule out a possible departure before the transfer window shuts.
So, the Toffees may be looking to bring the Gillingham shot-stopper in as a potential replacement for the Englishman, as Martin Stekelenburg hasn’t exactly looked convincing during pre-season.