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Everton is also preparing to sign “first-class” free agents alongside Ndiaye.



After spending the last few windows hampered by financial fines, Everton can finally open their chequebook this summer and reward Sean Dyche for avoiding relegation last season.

Everton enter the transfer market.
According to the latest speculations from Goodison Park, Everton is interested in signing a number of young players. Wilfred Gnonto is the latest name linked with a transfer to Merseyside, with the Toffees apparently planning an approach for the Italian winger. With Leeds remaining in the Championship for another season, Gnonto might return to the Premier League with Everton this summer to play alongside Jack Harrison once more.

Yankuba Minteh is another name linked with a move to Goodison Park, with reports last week claiming Everton are in talks to sign the Newcastle United player. A charge of almost £25 million was linked to the Gambian, but it appears that a deal will not go through anymore.

The most recent transfer news is that Everton have agreed to sign Marseille attacker Iliman Ndiaye. While this rumor only broke yesterday, the deal has moved rapidly, with the ex-Sheffield United star receiving the “here we go” treatment from Fabrizio Romano this morning.

Following this news, the Toffees are considering bringing another highly rated player to Goodison Park.

Everton preparing a move for Wilfred Ndidi.
Everton are preparing to make a move for Wilfred Ndidi, who will become a free agent at the end of this month, according to Football Insider’s Wayne Veysey. The Nigerian’s current contract with Leicester City expires on June 30th, and he has turned down a new term with the club.

This means that Ndidi will be free to join a new club on a free transfer this summer, and the Toffees hope to put themselves in pole position to grab the deal.

Last season, the 27-year-old made 36 appearances for Leicester, helping the club win the Championship title and return to the Premier League at the first attempt. During the previous season, Ndidi was one of the league’s most impressive midfielders.

Ndidi has established himself as one of Leicester City’s most consistent players during his career. Speaking to the press about the Nigerian’s quality, his previous manager Brendan Rodgers waxed lyrical: “He’s been a really important player in my time here,” Rodgers remarked. “You can see the importance I give to him in the team and how he protects the others.”

“I can’t speak highly enough of him. He has been first-class.”

With 192 Premier League appearances under his belt and still plenty left to give, there is no doubt that Ndidi could be an excellent addition to Dyche’s squad especially since he won’t cost Everton a penny.

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