Plenty of Everton fans have reacted to a report from France Football that claims Napoli are hoping the English club make a double move for Allan and Hirving Lozano this summer.
Italian boss Carlo Ancelotti took over from Marco Silva earlier this season and the former AC Milan and Real Madrid coach has slightly improved things for the Merseyside club.
Sitting 12th in the Premier League standings, the Toffees are expected to make a number of significant changes to their squad this summer in what will be Ancelotti’s first summer transfer window at the helm of the club.
France Football report that Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is hoping that a double deal will be agreed in order for his side to make some new signings and recoup some funds.
The report goes on to add that Brazilian midfielder Allan would cost around €40m (£35m), whilst former PSV Eindhoven star Lozano is valued saround the same figure making it a potential £70 million double swoop.
Mexico international Lozano has contributed with three goals and two assists this season, whilst Allan has found playing time hard to come by after falling out of favour with manager Gennaro Gattuso.
Reacting to @TheGwladysSt’s tweet on the potential double deal, fans gave their opinion on the prospect of both player’s arriving at Goodison Park…
— The Gwladys Street (@TheGwladysSt) April 24, 2020
Yes but offer 100mil for Allan Lozano and meret
— Justin Summers 💤 (@JustinS1878) April 24, 2020
— Jacob Sampsell (@JacobSamp17) April 24, 2020
That sounds…pretty good?
— Ankur Mandhania (@amandhania) April 24, 2020
— Danny (@DannyUTFT) April 24, 2020
Hey, if the gaffer wants them he must think they’re good. That’s good enough for me. #DonCarlo
— That Blue Boy (@thatblueboy98) April 24, 2020
— Wayne Harbert (@WayneHarbs) April 24, 2020
Deffo take them 2 for that price instead of Grealish for the same
— CamoEFC84 (@camoefc84) April 24, 2020
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