🚨REPORT : Everton is actively working to secure a permanent deal for Leeds United  Strategic target


Leeds United’s inability to secure the signing of Edoardo Bove has created an opportunity for Everton to pursue the AS Roma player, as reported by Gianluca Di Marzio.

Initial negotiations between Leeds and the 22-year-old’s intermediary were reported by Il Tempo on Tuesday, but Leeds’ failure to achieve promotion to the Premier League complicates their chances of signing him.

According to Il Tempo, the midfielder prefers a move to England, and Roma’s sporting director, Florent Ghisolfi, is willing to sell him for €18-20m, a price considered steep.

Di Marzio’s report focuses on Everton’s interest, omitting any mention of Leeds. He reveals that Sean Dyche’s side has made an offer for the player, who may depart Roma this summer. Although the offered fee remains undisclosed, the next few days are expected to reveal if concrete progress will be made in the transfer.

Everton is not alone in their pursuit of Bove, as AFC Bournemouth has also submitted an offer. The Cherries have recently appointed former Roma general manager Tiago Pinto as their new chief, who is familiar with the player from his time in Italy.

This development adds a layer of competition to the situation, as both Everton and Bournemouth aim to secure the services of the talented midfielder.

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