‘Just in’: Club chief reveals details , Everton fans may be in for some exciting transfer news today.

Everton are resuming discussions with Wilfried Gnonto.

According to Sky Sports journalist Tom White, the Toffees are anxious to get the Italian to Goodison Park before the transfer deadline.

Following Leeds United’s relegation to the Championship, Gnonto has been heavily linked with a move to Everton.

In an attempt to force a move away from Elland Road, the winger refused to play for the Whites following their opening day tie with Cardiff City.

Leeds United were determined that Gnonto would not be sold before today’s deadline, so the 19-year-old handed up a written transfer request in August.

However, Everton’s proposals were still rejected, and it appeared that their pursuit had come to a stop.

Gnonto was reintroduced into the Leeds United team. The teenager scored on his comeback for the Whites, who beat Ipswich Town 4-3 before losing to Salford City in the Carabao Cup the following week.
Despite appearing poised to stay in Yorkshire for another year, Gnonto may have been offered a lifeline as Everton revived their interest in the teenager.

“Some news just in, and it’s potentially good news for Everton, they are back in talks with Leeds United over the winger/striker Wilfried Gnonto,” White stated on Sky Sports News. So the team hasn’t given up on trying to sign the player. Leeds have always stated that he is not for sale, but that will be put to the test.

on signing the player. Leeds have always claimed that he is not for sale, but that is about to be put to the test.

“Gnonto has been reintegrated into the squad because he handed in a formal transfer request; it’s very rare these days for a player to hand in a formal transfer request.”Leeds is fighting hard to maintain Gnonto, and only 15 minutes ago we told you that they are also fighting off interest in Summerville. As a result, two Premier League clubs are interested in two important Leeds players.

Can Everton sign Wilfried Gnonto before the deadline?

Sean Dyche prioritizes Wilfried Gnonto, who clearly admires the Italy international. Fans were disappointed when it appeared that

Fans were disappointed when it appeared that they had missed out on Gnonto, but there will be much excitement on Merseyside if they can make a last-ditch push to get him.
The Whites will still want to keep the forward until they can get a good fee for him, which will be difficult for Everton considering that Leeds would have to replace him in the last hours of the transfer window.

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