EVERTON are reportedly making a move for Southampton striker Che Adams.
Adams, 26, is a wanted man with Prem rivals Leeds, Wolves and Nottingham Forest also eyeing offers.
But the Daily Mail claim the Saints No10 are interested in a move to Goodison Park.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has now relegated Adams down one spot in his pecking order and teams may have a chance to catch him.
Southampton paid around £15million for Adams in 2019.
Since then he has been a regular in the team – with 110 appearances and 21 goals.
The striker’s form was rewarded with a place in the Scotland national team in time for Euro2020.
However, with the addition of striker Sekou Mara – a £12million signing from Bordeaux – his first-team chances appear limited.
Leeds are also said to be circling in circles and looking to do business with around £10m.
Adams started his career at Sheffield United and could see a return to Yorkshire if it gives him more playing time.
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Saints are looking for more profit but there is optimism a compromise number can be reached with one of the chasers.
Meanwhile, the Toffees have completed the £33.5million signing of Amadou Onana.
The 20-year-old Belgian star has signed a five-year deal at Goodison Park to complete his move from Lille.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5982464/everton-transfer-offer-che-adams-leeds-wolves/ Everton make a transfer offer for Southampton striker Che Adams but face competition from Wolves, Leeds and Forest