Paper Talk: Shaw wants out; Everton to win £21m Brazilian race

Date published: Wednesday 5th April 2017 11:55

Liverpool look set to miss out to Everton to sign a £21m-rated Besiktas star, while Luke Shaw has pleaded for a move to a Premier League rival, according to Wednesday’s papers.



Everton are interested in signing Benfica midfielder Anderson Talisca in the summer, according to reports on Wednesday.

The Brazilian midfielder has been heavily linked with a £21m move to Liverpool this summer, but reports in Turkey, where Talisca is on loan with Besiktas, claim Everton are emerging as favourites to sign him.

The Daily Express suggests the Toffees have been tracking the player and will consider a move for him at the end of the season with Ronald Koeman keen to bolster his ranks.

The player’s transfer release clause at Benfica is set at £21million and, having scored 10 goals and providing 5 assists this season in 25 appearances for Besiktas this season, looks a tempting deal.

But it’s claimed Liverpool could go back in for the player that almost signed last season but for work permit issues, while Besiktas are also keen on a permanent deal.


Luke Shaw, 21, wants to leave Old Trafford and move to Tottenham this summer, according to reports in The Sun.

The paper claims the left-back has had enough of being constantly berated by Jose Mourinho and wants to move to Tottenham to resurrect his career under his former Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino.

It’s claimed Shaw feels he’s been left with no choice but to ask for a move and has already instructed his agent to see if a move to Tottenham could be arranged.

Spurs feel that Danny Rose could move to Man City in a £50million deal this summer, so the chances of an Old Trafford escape look good for Shaw, who cost £30million when he moved from Southampton in the summer of 2014.



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