Despite interest from several European clubs, particularly in England, Everton’s Amadou Onana has yet to receive a “big money” offer, reveals Fabrizio Romano. The 22-year-old Belgian midfielder remains at Goodison Park as the January transfer window draws to a close.
Romano, speaking with GiveMeSport, emphasized that Everton is closely monitoring the situation but no substantial bids have been made. He suggests keeping an eye on developments surrounding their midfield roster until the window concludes.
With less than a week remaining before the transfer deadline, Everton fans can breathe easier knowing their key players are still intact. Speculation has swirled around not only Onana but also Abdoulaye Doucoure and Jarrad Branthwaite. However, it’s Onana who seems most sought after, with Arsenal reportedly showing strong interest this month.
Manager Sean Dyche understands the significance of retaining Onana for Everton’s relegation battle. It would require a hefty sum to pry him away from the Toffees’ grasp. As desperation sets in towards the end of the window, we could witness some last-minute drama concerning his future.