Everton fighting to sign Serie A wonderkid, Juve and Inter interested
Everton are looking to improve their midfield by signing A Serie A wonderkid but will face competition from Italian Giants Juventus and Inter Milan.
The Toffees are targeting former Manchester City youngster Seko Fofana who currently plies his trade for Italian side Udinese.
Fofana has scored five goals in 22 appearances so far this season and has attracted attention from around Europe.
Everton are said to be admirers of the player, as are West Ham but both will face competition from the big boys of the Italian League in Juventus and Inter Milan.
Reports state that the players value is in the region of €6 million so that would be easily affordable for all clubs involved.
Juventus, Inter, Everton and West Ham are interested in signing former City academy player Seko Fofana (21) from Udinese. [Calciomercatocom] pic.twitter.com/V5yNR1BDD7— City Watch (@City_Watch) March 4, 2017
The 21-year-old will certainly have a plethora of clubs to choose from but time will tell whether he will look to stay in Italy or move to England.
It is yet to be seen where the player would fit in at Everton, with midfield signings Idrissa Gueye and Morgan Schneiderlin impressing since joining in the summer and winter windows.
Plus the emergence of Tom Davies, with Gareth Barry and James McCarthy as back-up, it certainly looks unlikely Everton will jump into a move.