Everton manager, Ronald Koeman has said that the club is open to signing Chelsea exiled striker, Diego Costa.
The Spanish international has declared that he will be heading to Spain from Brazil and will not return to Chelsea. Koeman has admitted his side would be open to signing Costa, either permanently or on loan.
Chelsea manager has told Costa he is not in his plans for this season and has signed Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid.
With Atletico Madrid banned from making any new signings until January and reportedly hesitating at signing Costa, the striker may be forced to look elsewhere for a new club.
Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a deal that could be worth over £40 million to sign Ajax centre-back Davinson Sanchez.
Although the club is not expecting to announce the deal until the weekend, an agreement is in place subject to the formalities of the defender obtaining a work permit and completing a medical.
Tottenham will pay Ajax £27m up front for the 21-year-old, with further £14m potentially due in add-ons depending on his appearances and success at the club.
Sanchez was named Ajax’s Player of the Year last season but told the club this week that he wanted to join Spurs. Former Tottenham and Ajax coach Martin Jol said Sanchez would need to “learn his trade” to be success in the Premier League and could find opportunities at Spurs.
Jol said, “If you play for Ajax, you can play for any club in the world — that is reality.
“He was arguably their best player. He is unbelievably quick. For a young player, he was mentally strong at Ajax.
“But to be mentally good for the Premier League, you have to learn your trade