Everton Increases Price tag of McCarthy
Everton decided to pull out the sales process of James McCarthy, and increase the price tag of the Republic of Ireland’s nationality figure, by setting a new price tag of £ 25 million Situs Judi Online.

McCarthy is currently considering the possibility of leaving Goodison Park to earn regular play time with other clubs for next season.

He is known to be recruited by The Toffees in the summer transfer market in 2013, when Wigan Athletic agreed to remove his services after receiving a transfer fund of 13 Million Pounds Sterling.

Although in his first three seasons he was able to display consistent performance, but he had to accept the fact that he is currently not the main choice in midfield Everton, especially with the presence of Idrissa Gueye and Morgan Schneiderlin who was recruited in the transfer market last January.

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has stated that he wants to build a team by including McCarthy’s name in it, but the lack of playing time that the former Wigan Athletic player can make his future in Everton’s main squad is even more dubious.

And now, Newcastle United, along with several other clubs, such as West Bromwich Albion and Crystal Palace, are trying to convince the Toffees to soften somewhat in the negotiation process, to lower the price tag they want from McCarthy’s sales.

Some of these clubs have been monitoring developments from McCarthy throughout the 2016-2017 season, and although he rarely gets a chance to play at club level, the Glasgow-born player has not squandered any chance he has had to perform with the Irish team in solid form and Convincing.

As is known, in the 2016-2017 season ago, the 26-year-old player is not able to show solid performance and is often disturbed by factors of injury throughout the season. As a result, he only managed to get a chance to compete in 12 Premier League matches, and only managed to score one goal and one assist.

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