Sport Everton face slew of clubs to sign Brazilian playmaker

02:40  13 april  2018
02:40  13 april  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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Everton face slew of clubs to sign Brazilian playmaker .

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Everton target former Manchester United attacker

  Everton target former Manchester United attacker Everton are interested in Borussia Dortmund playmaker Shinji Kagawa this summer, according to various reports. The Japanese playmaker, who played for Manchester United between 2012 and 2014, has been touted as a potential target for West Ham this summer, but TransfermarketWeb are one of a number of sites claiming Everton also hold an interest. According to TransfermarketWeb, Kagawa could be willing to turn his back on Dortmund for the second time this summer, and Everton are interested in strengthening their squad amid a summer shake-up. The Toffees also reportedly enquired about the Japan international last summer, but nothing came of the deal. German outlet Bild, as reported by Sky Sports, also claim that Turkish club Galatasaray are also showing an interest in the attacker. Kagawa is contracted to Dortmund until the summer of 2020.

Blog Teams Brazil Liverpool close to signing Brazilian playmaker Alex Teixeira. The Reds had submitted a €32m offer for the 26-year-old, but the Ukrainian club are seeking closer to €50m for the Brazilian .

Those comments, however, was in 2014, and since then, failing to make an impact in his parent club Benfica the playmaker moved to Besiktas where he has had a Reports: Manchester United in talks to sign PSG star. RELATED STORY. Reports: Everton to beat Man United for Barcelona ace's

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Everton are interested in signing Benfica attacker Anderson Talisca, according to Portuguese outlet Record.

The 24-year old Brazilian has been on loan with Besiktas this season and has been impressive, having scored 18 times this campaign, providing five assists.

However, they will face a slew of other clubs across the continent to capture Talisca’s signature, with a large number of other potential suitors registering an interest, including: Liverpool, Valencia, Roma, Milan, Marseille and Manchester United.

The Toffees are interested in signing top players this summer as they look to undergo a major overhaul, and Talisca would represent a smart acquisition.

However, Besiktas have the option to make the move permanent for just €21million, and so sit firmly in the driving seat over the Brazilian’s long-term future.

Everton eye swoop for Napoli midfielder .
Everton are reportedly taking an interest in Napoli midfielder Marko Rog. According to claims from Italy, the young Croatian is being eyed by a number of clubs and Everton are among the potential suitors. Rog has not reached the heights that were expected of him following his move from Dinamo Zagreb in 2016. However, he remains a promising player and Napoli may well be reluctant to offload the 22-year-old this summer. The playmaker has made a total of 25 appearances in Serie A this season under Maurizio Sarri at Napoli. All of these, however, have been from the bench in substitute appearances. Rog could be keen to start playing regular first-team football and it seems Everton, along with German giants Borussia Dortmund, are prepared to offer him that. The promising midfielder will be hopeful of a strong performance at this summer’s World Cup, with Rog still in contention to feature for his native Croatia.

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