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Everton are being linked with Arsenal defender Callum Chambers to whom they could turn should their pursuit of Michael Keane not end in success.
Everton have reportedly held talks with Internazionale regarding Croatian midfield star Marcelo Brozovic with one outlet claiming he could leave the Serie A club for between €20m and €25m.
The Blues continue to be linked with a move for Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina, with one Italian source claiming that talks were held regarding the 23-year-old with the Serie A club today.
M'Baye Niang is unlikely to become Everton's third acquisition of the summer as the club appear to have ended their pursuit of the French forward.
The trip that Steve Walsh and his delegation have made to Milan this week has inevitably resulted in Everton being linked with a number of Serie A players, chief among them now being M'baye Niang and Gustavo Gomez.
The news that Manchester United have sealed the capture of Victor Lindelof for £30.8m has increased speculation that Everton are now in pole position to sign Michael Keane from Burnley.
Dutch midfielder Davy Klaassen remains a top target for the Blues this summer amid reports that negotiations are underway with Ajax.
Bertrand Traoré is in high demand this summer if a report in France is any indication, although it bears the hallmarks of his agent generating interest in his client.
Everton are being linked with Munir El Haddadi again as it emerged that the 21-year-old could be surplus to requirements at Barcelona.
Everton are being mentioned as potential suitors for Sassuolo’s Diego Falcinelli according to a report in Italy.
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