Sunday was a big day in the Premier League, as despite a terrible away record this season, Everton turned up when it was needed, picking up a much needed three points at the King Power Stadium.

Tottenham, down their end, helped out Manchester City by holding Liverpool to a draw, while West Ham edged closer to that sixth spot, beating Norwich City while Manchester United lost emphatically to Brighton.

You’ll all be aware of this, but these details are rather important when it comes to the race to sign Mattias Svanberg from Bologna, as the 23-year-old is wanted by Everton, the Hammers and Spurs.

This comes from 1000 Cuori Rossoblu, who have an article looking at the Serie A side’s plans going forward, which are unlikely to include the 23-year-old next season.

They point out that despite being offered a renewal, the Swede isn’t interested, and with a contract running out in 2023, is ‘the most likely young person to be expendable for a profitable sale in the summer’.

It’s pointed out Bologna refused €15m last year, but this time around, ‘it’s difficult for them to deprive themselves of him for a figure much less than €20m’.

Therefore, interested Italian sides, such as Napoli and Fiorentina have been warned, and ‘the message will be delivered loud and clear to the Premier League concerned’.

Those are named, and are West Ham, Everton and Tottenham, all seemingly wanting the midfielder in their team next season.

It’s no secret Antonio Conte will want more personnel at the heart of his team going forward, while David Moyes needs help throughout his squad.

As for Everton and Frank Lampard, there’s a lot of work to be done there, as their season really hasn’t gone to plan as they fight against relegation.

It could be a busy summer for the Toffees if they stay up, and it certainly could be in London if Tottenham and West Ham do end up qualifying for the Champions and Europa League respectively.