Stekelenburg vows to push Pickford after new Everton deal

Stekelenburg vows to push Pickford after new Everton deal

Stekelenburg vows to push Pickford after new Everton deal

And they've responded to Chelsea's interest in Pickford by offering the goalkeeper a bumper new contract.

Chelsea should instantly agree to the fees asked by the Everton or they are going to be in the tough spot if Real Madrid comes knocking on the door for Courtois.

Jordan Pickford showed in the world cup what he is capable of and with his age in mind, he will go on to become better.

Chelsea is in a very tight spot with just a few days remaining till the transfer window closes and Chelsea are on the verge of losing their First Choice goalkeeper to Real Madrid.

The Blues are in a precarious situation as regards the future of Thibaut Courtois.

Green who featured regularly before for Norwich and Queens Park Rangers does immensely boost Chelsea's homegrown quota.


That is according to The Times, who report that the Toffees plan to rip up Pickford's current deal - which has four years left to run - and offer him an improved deal.

The English keeper has been on an individual fitness plan during the holiday to ensure that he's match-fit for the season opener on Saturday, August 11, against Wolves.

Everton face Valencia in their final friendly next Saturday and Marco Silva, the manager, will hope to finalise a deal for Lucas Digne, the...

Belgium worldwide Courtois has been strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid and Chelsea have been drawing up a list of potential replacements which includes Pickford.

Pickford joined from Sunderland last June for an initial £25million that could rise to £30m.

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