Everton fans have actually taken to Twitter to reveal their reactions after the Toffees were linked with a relocation for Real Madrid attacker Lucas Vasquez.
According to reports from Spanish site Cuatro, two Premier League clubs– Leeds United and Everton– are ready to move for Vasquez who is out of agreement at the end of the season.
The report claims that Leeds are all set to provide him a big wage bundle to lure him to Elland Road. The Whites could make him a deal of around 5 million Euros (around ₤83,000- a-week) per year, which would be a lot more than what he earns at Madrid.
The 29- year-old has actually made 29 appearances in all competitors for Los Blancos. He has a few months left on his contract in Madrid, and a number of Everton fans feel that he would be an excellent finalizing on a free transfer.
We require a Leon bailey or chucky Lozano type player. Not somebody like Vazquez
— Jagger Hughes (@hughes_jagger) February 24, 2021
We require far better than him to advance imo
— vaughanieno10(@vaughanieno10) February 24, 2021
With Vasquez he can now work out a complimentary transfer to foreign clubs, so it’ll be his representative increasing his value to max his wage demands.
— ThePieman13(@ThePieman13) February 25, 2021
Works hard, would be good to change James with if you need to safeguard a lead and still want some threat/pace however he isn’t of the exact same quality as our other wingers
— Joshua Jackson (@EveU23) February 24, 2021
Preferably id like somebody with pace to burn, someone more direct
— Tom Atkinson (@This_Is_Ako) February 24, 2021
On a free, that is absoloutly yesss
— Muhammad Ilham Setiadi (@m_ilhamsetiadi) February 24, 2021
If it’s a free then yes. Would be alright for rotation
— Nathan (@_NateTweets) February 24, 2021
On a totally free, it’s a no-brainier
— efcdzn (@efcdzn) February 24, 2021
The nine-time Spain worldwide is a natural winger however he has been converted into a right-sided protector this season.
At right-back, Vasquez might compete against Seamus Coleman and Mason Holgate if Jonjoe Kenny leaves the club. He is a highly skilled player and would be an excellent addition to Everton’s team.
If he joins Leeds, he could offer competitions for Raphinha and Jack Harrison, while he could also offer competition or replace Luke Ayling on the right side of the defence.