Everton could make an approach for Leeds United forward Crysencio Summerville in the January transfer window.
The Blues are just one of a number of Premier League clubs ‘monitoring’ the 21-year-old and could reignite their interest in the New Year.
The Rotterdam-born attacker was linked with a move to Goodison Park during the summer but remained at Leeds despite their relegation to the Championship.
However, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Sean Dyche could once again look at Summerville, who scored twice during Leeds United’s 3-2 win at Norwich City on Saturday.
Taking to Twitter, Romano reported: “Crysencio Summerville with a brace today vs Norwich – he rejected several clubs in the summer to stay at #LUFC and feel key player there.
Bournemouth, Everton and Burnley were all interested.
…and more PL clubs are now monitoring Crysencio towards the January window.”
Summerville would be good addition but unlikely to be a priority
Summerville has scored four goals and contributed two assists in nine outings in the Championship so far this season, and it is unsurprising that his form is attracting the attention of Premier League clubs.