Everton are preparing themselves for what could be their busiest summer ever as top English teams plan to raid them of some of their best players.
The Toffees may lose midfielder Ross Barkley to either of the two north London rivals, Arsenal and Tottenham.
The England international’s career has stalled at Goodison Park with many analysts and former team mates stating that the player may not live up to the huge potential that he showed when he first arrived on the scene as a teenager.
The 23 year old is entering the final year of his current deal, and has refused to sign an extension.
Tottenham are believed to be favorites in signing the midfielder, but the Gunners have registered their interest too.
Arsene Wenger is willing to part ways with Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain if that would be required for him to land the England international.
Everton’s manager Ronald Koeman wants Barkley to stay and recently urged the player sign the “fair deal” being offered to him by the Toffees, but he also warned the player that he would be sold, if he did not commit his future to the club within the next few weeks.