Matias Vecino to Everton took a turn for the positive over the weekend, with a move being talked up by the Italian media.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side have been linked with numerous Serie A players since the manager took over at Goodison Park, but this one started to sound more serious on Saturday and Sunday, and that it had more in it than the others.
On Monday morning, Tuttomercatoweb report Everton are now in ‘non-stop negotiations’ to sign the Inter Milan player. With the window closing on Friday, time is quickly running out for clubs to get deals over the line.
Vecino himself is said to now understand he’s got no place at Inter under Antonio Conte, so, after first being hesitant about the Toffees, he’s willing to accept the advances from Ancelotti.
Despite that, there’s no agreement been reached on transfer fee, with Everton initially offering €14m, and the Milan club wanting €20m, having come down from an initial demand of €25m.