Everton make offer for Udinese’s Beto

After links with the player, Premier League side Everton have made an offer for Udinese striker Beto.

The Toffees had come forward for the Portugal forward in January but a move had not materialised, as the bid came in quite late.

Gianluca di Marzio has now reported that Everton have come forward for Beto once again and are offering a fee of €25 million plus bonuses of €5 million for the 25-year-old. While the offer is usually considered to be high for Serie A standards, the Friuli-based side want a higher amount to sell the player.

Beto has been linked with a move to Inter in recent months but that move never materialised. He was also linked with a move to Napoli, who saw him as a replacement for Victor Osimhen but the Nigerian has ended up staying at the Partenopei. A host of other major Italian sides have also been linked with him, which shows how big a coup this could be for Everton.






Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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