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17 July 2017, 10:21 | Charlene Valdez
Cuco Martina has penned a three-year deal with Everton
The 23-year-old has been linked with Tottenham Hotspur and several Premier League clubs having entered the final 12 months of his contract, although Everton insist his absence is because of a groin injury that has required treatment and forced him to miss last week's visit to Tanzania.
Given how strong Spurs' starting XI is, it is hard to work out exactly where Barkley would fit in if he joined but perhaps Pochettino has plans to move him into a similar role to that now occupied by Mousa Dembele.
Tottenham are lining up another push to sign Ross Barkley as Everton are prepared to reach a compromise, according to a report.
Arsenal and Chelsea have also shown interest in homegrown Barkley and Everton expect offers to come later in the window though they do not intend to let him go cheaply.
Swansea are holding out for 50 million pounds to sell Gylfi, who left White Hart Lane just before Mauricio Pochettino arrived.
The 27-year-old Dutch-born defender, whose contract had expired at the Saints, becomes the club's latest recruit on a three-year deal that reunites him with his former manager Ronald Koeman. He really hasn't improved that much since breaking into the Everton first team in the 2013-14 season.
There is no way Spurs are paying Ross 120k a week. Even if Spurs get the price down to £30 million, that's still too much for a player who really isn't that great and would be available on a free transfer the following summer.
Spurs are not going to pay £50m for Barkley.
While not as silky on the ball as Dembele (who completed 84% of his take ons last season) Barkley is also an excellent ball-carrier (66% take on success) and is comfortable when in possession.
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