Everton could reportedly make a late move for Bournemouth attacker Josh King.
talkSPORT have claimed the Toffees may not yet be done with their spending, with the domestic window still open until October 16.
Carlo Ancelotti has already made seven signings, with Niels Nkounkou, Allan, Abdoulaye Doucoure, James Rodriguez, Ben Godfrey and Robin Olsen all joining in the international window.
The midfield additions in particular have started fantastically, and there are high hopes for Godfrey to tighten things up at the back.
Most Everton supporters are pleased with the business that’s been done, but it could be that King becomes an unlikely eleventh hour signing.
talkSPORT say King is being considered after the club loaned Moise Kean to Paris Saint-Germain for the 2020/21 season.
TBR’s View – King would be smart signing for Everton
It has seemed like Everton’s spending is finished, but a late swoop for King would see them end with a flourish.
£45,000-a-week star King (Spotrac) has proven himself at Premier League level over the past few years, and could be brilliant competition or cover for Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
He could also play as a partner with the England international, given how well he worked with Callum Wilson at the Vitality Stadium.
West Ham are currently leading the charge it seems, but Ancelotti’s lure might just complicate things for the Hammers.