Fulham pushing To Sign Everton Star Player Who’s Agreed To Personal Terms


Fulham pushing To Sign Everton Star Player Who’s Agreed To Personal Terms

This summer transfer window is Everton manager Sean Dyche’s first pre-season with the club. He will likely have a large say in the club’s incomings and outgoings. So far, Everton has added winger Arnaut Danjuma on loan from Villarreal and 38-year-old Ashley Young on a free transfer. The Toffees finished just merely 2 points above the relegation zone last season, signalling the club needs to get things right this summer in order to keep their Premier League status.

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Everton also needs to be careful about what players they may sign, as it has been well-reported that their finances are not in great shape. One clear and obvious way to solve such a problem is by selling players. They’re some attractive options at Everton that other teams could be interested in, but one player is now edging closer to a departure.


Fulham wants to sign Everton’s Demarai Gray as personal terms are agreed

The Athletic is reporting that Fulham and Everton are in active discussions over a fee for the transfer of Demarai Gray to Craven Cottage. Gray, has already agreed to a contract at Fulham, with just a transfer fee being the last thing left to negotiate. Additionally, the report states that fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace is also interested in Gray, along with Saudi clubs and Besiktas.


Demarai Gray netted just four goals last season but was a hero in Everton’s 21/22 relegation survival. That season, he had five goals and four assists, including multiple game-winning contributions. Typically deployed out on the left wing, Gray does have over 50 games of experience playing on the right side.


Demarai Gray was born in Birmingham and came through the academy system of Birmingham City. Demarai Gray is of Jamaican descent and has been working for a while to acquire a Jamaican passport. Finally, this past June, he was able to represent Jamaica in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, where he scored a brace against Trinidad and Tobago.

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