Everton discussing James Rodriguez swap deal involving Tottenham target with Porto

Ronaldo 'agrees transfer' with Man City ahead of Premier League return

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info

Everton’s transfer window has started to pick up the pace in the last few days; with star man Richarlison reportedly being a target for Paris Saint-Germain and Moise Kean being a potential Cristiano Ronaldo replacement, it has become frantic on Merseyside. And in another big move, Porto’s Luis Diaz is being targeted by the Toffees according to the Times – with James Rodriguez moving the other way on a season-long loan.

Rodriguez, 30, joined Everton on a well-documented free transfer from Real Madrid last season under the leadership of Carlo Ancelotti.

Having bought Brazilian midfielder Allan, French maestro Abdoulaye Doucoure and English youngster Ben Godfrey last summer, it seemed as though Everton would mount a charge for European football.

And, with Rodriguez showcasing his virtuoso in the first few games of the season, Everton fans waxed lyrical about him as their side went top of the league with some brilliant football to go with it.

However, injuries plagued the talented Colombian midfielder, and a loss in form for the Blues ending up with the finishing tenth.

We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures, and video on this breaking news story.

For the latest news and breaking news visit /sport/football

Stay up to date with all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion, and video on the stories that matter to you.

Follow us on Twitter @DExpress_Sport – the official Daily Express & Express.co.uk Twitter account – providing real news in real-time.

We’re also on Facebook @DailyExpressSport – offering your must-see news, features, videos, and pictures throughout the day to like, comment, and share from the Daily Express, Sunday Express, and Express.co.uk.

Source: Read Full Article