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Some Everton fans rejoice as Rafa plans to sell the club's 'worst signing in the last 20 years'

Everton are reportedly open to letting Fabian Delph leave the club this summer on a transfer.

According to the Liverpool Echo, Rafa Benitez is keen to shave excess funds off the club’s wage bill this summer.

The report names Andre Gomes and Delph as two players who the Spanish manager is eager to sell.

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A signing in 2019, Delph has failed to live up to expectations that made the former England international such an impressive player for the likes of Aston Villa and Manchester City.

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However, in two years with Everton, the midfielder has played just 30 games as injuries have hampered Delph’s time with the Merseyside club.

Furthermore, with Delph earning a reported £80,000-a-week, supporters are happy that the 31-year-old midfielder could leave the club this summer.

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Moreover, Toffee fans on social media are delighted with the news that the midfielder could leave this window.

Here’s what some Everton supporters had to say on Twitter about Delph potentially leaving this summer on a permanent transfer…

Indeed, Benitez is eager to revamp the Everton squad this summer. Moreover, the Spanish manager has already made signings in the window.

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