Frank lampard and everton really preparing for a massive replacement of Richarlison which the club have been on a search for best replacement.
According to Football Insider, Everton is considering an offer for Morgan Gibbs-White, an attacking midfielder for Wolves.
Following the £50 million+ transfer of Richarlison to Tottenham, the Merseysiders are intensifying their attempts to restructure their team.
Football Insider was informed by an Everton insider that manager Frank Lampard is looking for an attacker who can score and set up goals.
After a standout loan season with Sheffield United in the Championship, where he scored 13 goals and assisted another 10, he thinks that 22-year-old Gibbs-White fits the criteria.
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In the face of opposition from Nottingham Forest, Southampton, and Crystal Palace, the Merseysiders are prepared to relocate.
In the second leg of the play-off semifinal in 2021–2022, Gibbs–White scored, but the Blades were ultimately eliminated by Forest on penalties.
The playmaker for the England Under-21 team, who has a deal with Wolves through 2024, can play a variety of midfield positions and has already appeared 46 times in the Premier League.
On June 8th, a Molineux source informed this website that Wolves had started contract negotiations with Gibbs-White and had given him a price tag of £25 million.
James Tarkowski, who arrived on a free transfer when his contract with Burnley expired, became Everton’s first acquisition of the summer last Saturday (2 July).
Jesse Lingard, a free agent and target for the Toffees, is reportedly holding out for a contract worth £150,000 a week, according to a report from Football Insider on Monday (4 July).