Fulham could be about to make a move for Everton attacker Demarai Gray with the London club potentially about to receive a cash windfall.
The 27-year-old, who Rio Ferdinand described as an ‘unbelievable find’ last season has been linked with a move to Marco Silva’s side this summer.
Indeed, the Cottagers are said to be keen on a move for the Everton player, and could make a move for the winger should they sell Serbian forward Aleksander Mitrovic.
Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal have reportedly offered Fulham £46m for the 28-year-old, who could link up with Brazilian international Neymar, who recently made the £77.6m switch from PSG.
According to the Daily Mail, Fulham would then be interested in reinvesting the cash windfall in Everton winger Demarai Gray, who himself was recently linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League.
Gray now looking set to join Fulham with absence this weekend a huge hint at exit
Demarai Gray was absent from Everton’s opening fixture of the Premier League season last weekend, as the Toffees suffered a disappointing if not predictable 1-0 defeat to the visitors.
The Blues created a plethora of opportunities, but poor finishing proved costly as Fulham snatched all three points with a second half strike.
However, Everton have just brought in Jack Harrison from Leeds United on a season-long loan deal, and though he is currently out injured, the 27-year-old may have been brought in to replace the outgoing Gray.
Having paid just £1.7m for the Jamaican international back in the summer of 2021, Everton could make a sizable profit on the attacker, who’s form has always been inconsistent.
The former Leicester City player is capable of producing a goal out of nothing and has scored some spectacular long-range efforts, but perhaps doesn’t work hard enough to suit a manager like Sean Dyche.