According to The Sun, Jordan Pickford could be one of a number of Everton players set to leave the club at the end of the season.
Everton want to trim their wage bill and this report names six players who will be allowed to leave in the summer transfer window.
Pickford heads the list and Everton rate him at £50m. The England international goalkeeper has struggled with his form this season and was recently involved in an off-the-field brawl which has been dealt with by Everton.
The Toffees are hoping to sell the 25-year-old for £50m with Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham said to be keen. Burnley’s Nick Pope is seen as the £10m replacement for Pickford.
Everton’s back-up goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg is also likely to be axed, although that will not come as a surprise to many.
Turkish striker Cenk Tosun is another player who will be shown the exit door after failing to live up to his price tag.
Meanwhile, French midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, ex-Arsenal winger Theo Walcott and veteran defender Phil Jagielka will be all be allowed to leave.
Jagielka scored the winner against Arsenal recently but he is only a squad player, while Schneiderlin and Walcott have struggled to break into the first-team.
Everton will be hoping to ship these six players to raise funds for another summer of spending.