Everton fans have been giving mixed reaction on the club’s latest links to Napoli midfielder Allan.
Carlo Ancelotti is looking to start the rebuilding of his side for next season and is said to be keen on bringing the Brazilian to Merseyside. The 29-year-old has scored just once in 14 Serie A appearances this season and his contract is set to expire in 2023, as per TransferMarkt. Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Sport Witness) revealed that securing the services of Allan from the Serie A giants would be a “dream signing” for the Italian boss.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport
Everton are apparently are planning a major rebuild in the summer. Napoli midfielder Allan is thought to be Ancelotti’s ‘dream’ target. https://t.co/6PDp3Oms0U pic.twitter.com/iuOSdTOAGb
— Toffee TV (@ToffeeTVEFC) January 20, 2020
Despite this, the Toffees’ board have ruled out a move for the former Udinese player (also per Gazzetta Dello Sport). It is believed that the three-time Champions League winner has been told that bringing Allan to Goodison Park is impossible, with TransferMarkt valuing him at £45m. Supporters were mixed on whether the Napoli midfielder should be brought to Merseyside and made their feelings clear on social media.
Check out some of the best Twitter responses from Everton fans down below…
Hope we get him! pic.twitter.com/jKFUuka9dL
— Scott w (@teamtoffee2) January 20, 2020
Give Carlo everything he needs. Couldn’t care if he sold most of these players. Let him build
— jamie byrom (@jamie_byrom) January 20, 2020
We need it.
— David John Eason (@petticoatshang5) January 20, 2020
He will be nearly 30 in the summer 😳
— Liam (@Liam18781990) January 20, 2020
29 and Napoli quoted PSG £88 million last summer. Think we will be looking for a younger version https://t.co/tYQcggRgTR
— El Pivote (@elpivoteftbl) January 20, 2020
Probably end up with joe allan 🤦🏻♂️😂
— colin flood (@colinfloodEFC) January 20, 2020
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