The Sun: Everton will battle it out with Liverpool, AS Roma and Inter Milan for Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Emre Mor.
The 20-year-old attacker joined the German side last summer from FC Nordsjaelland – but struggled for game time and could move on after just 12 months in Germany.
Mor featured just 12 times for Dortmund under former boss Thomas Tuchel after his switch from Denmark and is desperate to continue his progress. Dortmund are resigned to losing him and will only allow the youngster to leave the Westfalenstadion on a permanent basis.
Serie A outfit Fiorentina are pushing hard with a £10.7 (€13) million bid for Mor, who is keen to try his luck in the Premier League.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is a big admirer of the Turkish international and was supposed to be in pole position for his signature last summer, but Mor opted to move to the Bundesliga to join his former club. But Klopp’s interest this time could be scuppered by Merseyside neighbours Everton, who have been alerted to his availability and are ready to spend again this summer.
Italian giants Inter Milan have also entered the race for the talented attacker who is available for a bargain £12 million and could be a replacement for Ivan Perisic if he gets his dream move to Manchester United.
Roma are monitoring things as they also try to boost their attack with Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has also asked to be kept updated on the Turkish wonderkid, who chose to represent Turkey at senior level after playing for Denmark under-18s and 19s. The Frenchman hopes to strengthen his attacking options once he has had a clear-out of squad players with no future at the Emirates.