Stekelenburg vows to push Pickford after new Everton deal

Kristopher Nichols
August 2, 2018

It is believed that Everton officials will sit down with Pickford once he returns from holiday next week, following his extended break after his England World Cup heroics. He went on to be named the club's Player of the Season, travelled to the World Cup and has now established himself as England boss Gareth Southgate's first choice between the sticks.

The Toffees" "keeper has been touted to fill the void Thibaut Courtois could leave in the Chelsea goal if the Belgian was to move to Real Madrid this summer.

"There is talk about us giving him a new deal but, let's be honest, football's insane", Jagielka said, per talkSPORT.

"He's one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League". Chelsea are thus, in a serious need to sign a top class replacement in time before the summer transfer window slams shut.

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Everton however will reportedly rebuff any approach for Pickford, who they only signed from Sunderland for £30million a year ago. "It will be hard if the big teams do come in with a big offer but as long as they [Everton] try and keep him and keep adding to what they have I think they will do well this year".

England's newly established number one goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is set for new contract talks with Everton following his performances at the World Cup, according to Sky Sports.

"Keeping hold of him is really important".

However, it seems very unlikely that Everton are willing to sell their Player of the Year after just a single season and the reports of the club offering a new bumper deal reflect that.

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