Everton to offer player on loan in exchange for Abdoulaye Doucoure

Everton to offer player on loan as part of their pursuit of Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure with relegated Hornets holding out for £30m

  • Everton are continuing their pursuit of Abdoulaye Doucoure from Watford
  • Carlo Ancelotti’s side could offer out a player on loan in return for the player 
  • Discussions with James Rodriguez and midfielder Allan are also continuing 

Everton are ready to offer a player on loan as part of their pursuit of Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure. 

The 27-year-old is keen to leave Vicarage Road following Watford’s relegation and wants to link up with legendary manager Carlo Ancelotti.  

Everton failed in a £30million bid to sign Doucoure a year ago but have returned after missing out on Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg who joined Tottenham from Southampton.

Everton are ready to offer a player on loan to Watford to try and sign Abdoulaye Doucoure 

The French midfielder is believed to be very keen about joining Carlo Ancelotti’s side 

Sportsmail previously reported that Watford rejected Everton’s opening offer for the Frenchman and now they are considering offering one of their squad on loan to sweeten the deal for the Hornets.

The 27-year-old Frenchman has played 141 games for the Hornets, scoring 17 goals since joining in 2016. 

Everton are also maintaining discussions with Real Madrid over the potential signing of James Rodriguez and with Napoli for midfielder Allan. 

It is understood Watford are planning a clearout with Troy Deeney, Danny Welbeck, Andre Gray, Ben Foster, Luis Suarez, Craig Dawson and Ismaila Sarr all attracting interest. 




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