Cast your mind back to the January transfer window, and you’ll remember we did plenty of articles about Matias Vecino and Everton.
Numerous articles from Italy across the month indicated that Carlo Ancelotti was a big fan of the Uruguayan and could make a move.
Ultimately that never happened, with Everton instead electing to stay out of the mess that is the January transfer window and focus on the summer instead.
Part of that was down to Inter and Vecino, who both elected to extend their relationship and see if the midfielder could force himself back into Antonio Conte’s plans.
That hasn’t happened, and so Vecino continues to be linked with a move away, with the January window likely to be busy for him again.
FC Inter News cover the situation, saying Vecino wants to fight for his place at Inter but if the club and Conte ‘put him at the door’ then he will consider leaving in January.
Were he to do so, he would prefer a ‘top-tier club’ that plays in Europe and the website states there are several that need to be watched.
Sevilla are one of them as Monchi is an ‘admirer’, but the Premier League cannot be discounted as the midfielder has been linked with a move there on numerous occasions.
That brings Everton back into the equation after Carlo Ancelotti pushed to sign him throughout January.
That is literally all they are willing to offer; there’s no suggestion Everton remain interested, just that they’re one to keep an eye on should Vecino be available again.
At the moment there’s no ‘rush’ because the player is determined to get back to full fitness and ‘win back Inter’ before moving elsewhere.