Determined Everton Reportedly Plotting £60m Offer for Dortmund`s Aubameyang
Everton`s ambitious move for Borussia Dortmund`s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is gathering momentum after reports linked the Toffees with a £60m transfer for the Gabonese striker.
According to the Daily Mirror, the tabloid reported that Everton new boss Sam Allardyce
is keen on signing the BvB star to Goodison Park in a move that would certainly make the rest of the Premier League club sit up and take notice.
The Bundesliga side are thought to be willing to part ways with Aubameyang due to attitude issues in Germany’s top flight, and the selling of the Gabonese would command mouth-watering fees for the goalscoring machine.
However, in signing Aubameyang, Everton are bound to face competition for his signature but, back the club back by Farhad Moshiri’s wealth, would give as good as they get in any battle for the Gabon international.
Allardyce wants Aubameyang to spearhead his attack and finally act as a ready-made replacement for Romelu Lukaku, who left for Manchester United in the summer.
Aubameyang has always been subject of plenty of attention during transfer period, but still remains to be seen if he likely to face the exit door at Westfalenstadion in January. There’ve been some awesome odds from betting
sites to sign for Everton before 10th of January 2018.
Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid have all been touted as potential destinations, while Arsenal have already had a £80m bid for the striker rejected
Regardless, signing of the player would be seen as a massive move for Everton given the 28-year-old’s remarkable striker rate with his record of 139 goals in 209 games for Dortmund.
Allardyce has spoken of the need to significantly bolster his lopsided first-team squad when the January window opens, and the 63-year-old is eyeing strikers and defenders to provide competition for places in those areas.
Question marks remain over the striker’s thoughts behind a potential switch to L4 but, if Everton can attract him with the right salary packet, it could prove to be a huge boost for the club and their season.
Allardyce has spoken of the need to significantly strengthen his lopsided first-team squad when the transfers window re-opens in January, the 63-year-old ex-England international team boss is eyeing strikers and defenders to provide competitions for places in those areas.
Questions marks remains over Aubameyang’s thought of joining a club out of the Premier League top six, although, if Everton can attract him with the right salary packet, it could prove to be a huge boost for the club and their season having gone through a torrid Premier League fixtures