Everton may consider compromise amid Newcastle transfer interest in Anthony Gordon
Everton could reportedly reach a compromise with Newcastle as they’re open to the sale of Anthony Gordon.
According to the Daily Mail’s Craig Hope, the Toffees are said to be asking for £60million to part ways with the 21-year-old.
The Magpies have opened formal talks with Everton for his sale and they could bring down his price as they’re open to cashing in on him in the January transfer window.
Via Twitter, Hope wrote, “Newcastle now in formal talks with Everton over deal for Anthony Gordon but are also speaking to several European clubs over attacking targets. Everton said to be asking £60m for Gordon but compromise could be reached with club open to sale.”
In the summer, Everton could only go on to sign more players because they made a good amount by selling Richarlison.
Now, if Newcastle are serious about their interest in Gordon, the Toffees will look to demand a fee close to £60million in order to part ways with him.
This will give them a good amount to spend and perhaps bring in two or three new players through the door before the window closes.
However, they’ve got to act quickly there’s not long left in the window and they do not look to close to signing anyone at the moment.
Arnaut Danjuma appeared to be someone nearing a move to Goodison Park but he preferred to join Spurs and the North London outfit performed a last-gasp hijack.