Everton enter race to sign Crystal Palace target with 28 objective contributions last season – report – originally posted on Sportslens.com

Everton have expressed their wish to ratifying Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard before Tuesday’s transfer deadline, Sky Sports’ Kaveh Solhekol reports.

The Merseyside outfit could pursue a new centre-forward in the next three days with the possibility of Moise Kean heading for the depart door.

Kean has been identified by Juventus as the priority to oust Cristiano Ronaldo, who will make a startling return to Manchester United.

Amidst this, the Toffees are considering a move for a new marksman, and they have reportedly announced out the Hoops for Edouard.

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Edouard has been linked with a move to the Premier League throughout the summer. He was first thoughts to join Leicester City before they signed Patson Daka.

He has since been associated with West Ham United and Brighton& Hove Albion. It was recently reported that Crystal Palace had entered the race for his services.

Everton are the latest club to be linked with him. The Toffees currently have Dominic Calvert-Lewin as their undisputed select to lead the attack.

However, there are major doubts over Kean’s future with interest from Juventus while out-of-favour Cenk Tosun is recovering after a knee surgery.

Edouard was far from his best for the Hoops last-place period, but still cross-file 22 destinations and six assists from 40 illusions across all competitions.

He has been a regular replacement in the Europa League qualifying recently with summertime ratifying Kyogo Furuhashi preferred ahead of him.

There are signs that he could be leaving this month. With under a year on his contract, the Hoops could lower their previous PS2 0 million valuation.

The intensity of the Premier League will be a whole different prospect for Edouard. It remains to be seen the Toffees can stick a suitable deal.

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