Sunderland also keen on the former England youth star.
Three Premier League clubs are keen on signing Hull City captain Curtis Davies this summer, according to The Mirror.
The former West Bromwich Albion, Birmingham City and Aston Villa defender is apparently wanted by Newcastle United, Everton and Sunderland.
Everton and Sunderland seem prepared to pay £8m for the the 29-year-old, while Newcastle are ready to bid £4m plus Steven Taylor.
Davies has two years left to run on his current contract, which he signed when he moved to the KC Stadium in July 2013.
He enjoyed an impressive debut campaign for Hull, making 37 Premier League starts.
The former England Under-21 star scored two top-flight goals for the Tigers, but his main contribution was at the other end of the pitch.
He made 73 tackles, 104 interceptions, 327 clearances and 32 blocks.
Davies also played a starring role in Hull’s FA Cup run, which saw them reach their first ever major final.
He scored to put Hull 2-0 up in the final against Arsenal, who fought back to win 3-2 after extra time.
Manager Steve Bruce is desperate to keep hold of Davies and could offer him a new contract to fend off the advances of Hull’s Premier League rivals.
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