Everton set sights on Euro 2016 hero as their spending spree is set to continue

Everton have turned their attention towards Newcastle United’s Moussa Sissoko following the signing of Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace according to The Mirror.

The daily tabloid states that Everton are looking to sign three more players before the end of the summer transfer window.

Per-the-source, Everton have held early talks with Newcastle over the possibility of signing the France international midfielder. The Mirror goes onto say that Sissoko wants out at Newcastle following his successful performances during Euro 2016 with the France national team.

The 27-year-old’s representatives are understood to have already held talks with Everton in France. However, while Newcastle are prepared to let the box-to-box midfielder go, they have slapped a £35million valuation on the France international.

The Mirror also states that Juventus, Inter and Liverpool have all expressed an interest in Sissoko over the summer.

Sissoko provided eight assists and scored one goal in 38 appearances for Newcastle in all competitions last season.

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