Andre Gomes struggled during his two seasons at Barcelona, which is why the La Liga winners allowed the midfielder to join Everton on a season-long loan deal last summer.

The Portugal international has revived his career under the guidance of Marco Silva and has been a regular inclusion in the English side’s starting XI, making 24 starts in the league.

On March 20th, we covered a report from Mundo Deportivo, who explained the 25-year-old is a ‘priority’ for the Merseyside club and the Catalan side need a ‘good offer’ to sanction his sale.

Two days later, there were talks about Tottenham Hotspur’s interest in the former Valencia man, but the same newspaper once again reported the Toffees are ‘better placed’ to complete the player’s transfer.

Mundo Deportivo now takes a look at the situation of those players who are out on loan and in regards to Gomes, the Catalan publication claims Everton ‘have an option’ to sign him on a permanent deal in the summer, but it is not a mandatory option.

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Barcelona are aware Gomes has a market in England and they will demand at least €20m to part ways with him. Their idea is to sell the midfielder to the highest bidder.

Whether that will be Everton or not is to be seen as one thing is clear… Gomes has no future at Camp Nou.