As reported by The Daily Mail, Everton are set to make a summer move to sign Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere when his current contract expires at the end of the season.
After a poor season, fans of the Toffees are already considering possible options for upcoming summer transfer window.
As reported English outlet The Daily Mail, who says the Goodison Park side are prepared to offer the player more than the £80,000-a-week on offer in Arsenal.
Currently valued at £16.2m by Transfermarkt, getting a player of his character without a transfer fee would be something of a success for Sam Allardyce’s outfit.
Jack Wilshere has had his fair due to injury issues over the last few years but has, for the most part, stayed fit this season, making 30 games for Arsenal in all competitions.
His attacking guide is something that Everton lack right now in that central zone and alongside Yannick Bolasie and old teammate Theo Walcott, can add a new danger through the middle to accompaniment theirs on the flanks.
If Everton can hopefully tie him down for those seasons, it’s probable to be to their benefit.