Everton may consider sale of Jordan Pickford as key transfer condition emerges
Everton will reportedly consider the sale of Jordan Pickford if and only if a bigger offer is made for the England number one.
According to Give Me Sport’s Paul Brown, the Toffees do not want to lose one of their best players and he’s not currently for sale.
However, if the finances are good, it could make the club hierarchy think twice and be open to cashing in on his services.
Brown said, “I don’t think for one minute that Everton want to sell Jordan Pickford. I don’t think they’re in talks to sell him to anyone. If a club comes in with a big offer, it may make them think twice. But he’s not the player they want to sell at the moment.”
Everyone has a price
The Toffees never want to lose their best players but as they’ve seen in the past, if they’re good enough, they end up leaving.
Pickford loves Everton and Everton love him and he’s undoubtedly adored by the fanbase despite his occasional errors.
That’s something he probably will not get at other clubs but if he feels he’s ready to challenge for titles and play in the Champions League, then the club perhaps will not stand in his way.
However, they will ensure that they’re well compensated for his services as he’s arguably their biggest asset now with Richarlison having left for Spurs over the summer.
If any interested party is willing to make Pickford one of the biggest sales in Everton’s history then the owners and the hierarchy will not say no to it.
His stock is certainly on the rise and another good World Cup could see him appear on the radars of many more clubs but the club are still working to make him sign a new deal.