Everton and lampard are willing to let go one of the most key player in the squad signed by Carlo Anceloti for cheap price tag this summer transfer window.
As they attempt to balance their books this summer, Everton is prepared to trade central midfielder Allan for somewhere around the £10 million level.
Everton’s Financial Fair Play struggle and any upcoming expenses have been covered by The Athletic.
Allan only has one year remaining on his contract after being hired by Carlo Ancelotti as a temporary solution with minimal potential for growth.
The Toffees would thus be open to a bid of between £7 and £10 million this summer rather than losing him for nothing in a year.
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Everton want £10 million for Allan
The £20 million Allan transfer price is recorded on Everton’s records as about £6.7 million per year of his three-year contract.
Wages are unrelated to it; the subject at hand is only his transfer fee.
The Brazilian’s remaining book value is now reportedly between £7 and £10 million, meaning Everton would only be paying Allan enough to make even on the deal.
Simply put, Everton could not afford to sell him for less, but it currently appears that no one is willing to pay their asking price.
Alan Shearer called Allan “magnificent,” and since Ancelotti signed him, he has had some solid performances while wearing an Everton jersey.
His best years are behind him, Everton needs a midfielder with more pace and bite than he can provide, and it’s unclear what his optimum position is.
Everton appears to be stuck with him since they have to continue to pay for often changing management structures.