The Everton fans here in the Football Transfer Tavern have been questioning what we’ve been putting in the home-brew over the last few weeks having seen a string of big-money signings capped by the return of Wayne Rooney, they’re in disbelief.
After a surge of arrivals at Goodison Park, including the club record-breaking arrival of Jordan Pickford for £30m, manager Ronald Koeman is showing no signs of slowing down, however he may have to break that record once more just weeks after setting it.
According to Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol the Toffees have been quoted a stunning £50m by Premier League rivals Swansea if they are to entertain a deal for playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson.
The Icelandic international, who has almost single-handedly kept the Swans afloat over the past few seasons, is reportedly a priority for the blue half of Merseyside, who have been bolstering their squad with an unprecedented amount of signings as they look to break the top six in the coming season.
However, our landlord reckons that a deal for the former Spurs man would only come should current Toffees playmaker Ross Barkley, whose relationship with Koeman soured at the end of last season, leave Goodison Park.
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