Everton have been invited to make a bid for CA Talleres forward Ramón Sosa, with the player admitting he’d love to play in the Premier League.

MDZ cover comments from the winger today as rumours about his future continue to swirl and Everton find themselves a part of them.

A report in the January transfer window indicated Everton were looking at the 24-year-old ahead of the summer, with his agent admitting he’d already been in contact with those in charge at Goodison Park.

Everton have been linked again since then, with a report indicating that they and other Premier League sides are showing a growing interest in Sosa this summer.

He’s now been asked about that, and interest from Boca Juniors, and openly admitted he’d love the move to England.

“The truth, that a club like Boca thinks of you is beautiful,” he said.

“It is a source of pride because, imagine, there is a lot of talk about the Premier League, and it is nice because it is a dream that I have, and I want to fulfil. I hope it comes true.”

MDZ cover the interest and insist that Everton are in the mix and that they ‘could rush’ to get a deal done once the summer transfer window opens.

LM Neuquén add fuel to the fire today too, insisting that the player’s ‘destination seems to be England’ despite Boca making attempts to get him.

They explain that while Boca have made inquiries they are yet to bid and that’s because they know convincing Talleres to sell won’t be easy and that there’s growing competition for the winger.

They don’t namecheck Everton as one of the club’s interested at this point but do point out that the player has a $20m release clause that is easier for English sides to match than Boca. Similarly, they can offer wages the Argentine giants cannot.

Talleres, and specifically President Andrés Fassi, know they have a ‘diamond in the rough’ though and won’t bow down easily.

Either way, the player is keen on the move and so are his family, with his father echoing his son’s words when asked about the interest from Europe.

“We are ready, we want to go with it,” Popular report him saying.

“We will go see him (if he goes to England). I always teach him. We had the dream of him being a player.”