Hirving Lozano is a name you’re likely to hear plenty about during this summer transfer window.

The Mexican was one of the star’s of last year’s World Cup and was linked with several big clubs as a result.

He elected to stay at PSV Eindhoven and enjoyed another strong year for the Eredivisie side, scoring 21 goals and registering 12 assists in all competitions.

He’s expected to move on this year, and Mino Raiola is working on a transfer, with several clubs keen on his signature. One of those linked, because of Marcel Brands, is Everton.

However, last month we covered comments from Everton scout Carlo Jacomuzzi, speaking to radio show ‘Si gonfia la rete’, relayed by arena Napoli, that the Blues weren’t interested.

Dutch news site NU provide an update on Lozano today, though, and name Everton and Napoli as interested parties. They offer no further information than that, which is par for the course with Lozano and Everton at this point.

There’s been plenty of talk about them being interested in him, but the story is yet to move on from that point. If they are genuinely interested, they’ll have to move quickly, with Napoli seemingly close to securing his signature anyway.

Il Mattino report that Carlo Ancelotti is keen to bring him to the club and they’ve already held discussions with Raiola over a move.

They’ve agreed to pay Lozano €4m a year but are working to bring PSV’s €50m asking price down. Regardless of that, they believe a deal is 90% done, which would suggest Everton need to get their skates on if their interest is genuine.