Everton are reportedly ‘contemplating’ a late transfer for Leicester Metropolis defender Harry Souttar within the January switch window.
With only one level retaining the Toffees above the relegation zone, Sean Dyche might be bracing his squad for a pivotal second half of the season.
Though they’ll need to preserve their squad collectively, Leeds United are reportedly pushing to signal defender Ben Godfrey earlier than the window shuts.
Based on TeamTalk, Everton would solely sanction a transfer in the event that they discover a really perfect substitute in time with Leicester Metropolis defender Souttar considered as a possible choice.
The Australian centre-back has discovered it troublesome to interrupt into Enzo Maresca’s beginning eleven, ranging from the off on simply two events to this point this marketing campaign.
The report claims that the Championship leaders could also be open to a transfer as it might permit them to clear house of their squad and open up room for a possible new signing earlier than the window closes.
The 25-year-old who’s at present on worldwide obligation with Australia on the Asian Cup, is contracted till 2028 and if he does arrive at Goodison Park, might be backup to each Jarrad Branthwaite and James Tarkowski.