Valencia owner Peter Lim is flying to England on his private jet. In London he’s set to sort out Shkodran Mustafi’s transfer to Arsenal, and also in London he’s set to work on Aymen Abdennour to Everton.

Despite a possible Mustafi sale, Valencia are still keen to sell Abdennour, which maybe should make Everton think twice. The Tunisian was much wanted last summer when he joined Valencia from AS Monaco, but didn’t have a good season in Spain.

It’s Plaza Deportiva reporting the Everton talks, and it’s stated Lim will meet Everton directors.

Earlier today, the Valencia sport media launched the Abdennour to Everton reports. The story has been moving very quickly, and that’s probably because Valencia aren’t reluctant sellers on this occasion.

If Abdennour can regain the form that made him a wanted man, then Everton will have got themselves a good signing, but it’s certainly something of a gamble, at a cost of around €20m.

But then, what’s €20m for Premier League clubs? Peanuts.

Local Valencia radio earlier said that Abdennour’s agent had confirmed talks were taking place with Everton, but also said there’d been no official offer yet.