Bookmaking company SkyBet have made Everton new 5/6 favourites in the chase for Norwich City's Robbie Brady.
The 24-year-old enjoyed a wonderful Euro 2016 campaign with the Republic of Ireland, with goals coming against Italy and France, as he showcased his ability on one of football's biggest stages.
The former Hull City man was brilliant throughout the Canaries ultimately doomed Premier League campaign last term, and was a constant threat to the opposition with his wicked delivery into the box and magnificent ability on the ball when in possession.
He would make a fantastic acquisition for most Premier League sides, and a player of his quality certainly belongs in the top flight.
SkyBet make Leicester City second favourites for Brady's signature at 9/4, while previous favourites West Ham United have drifted out to 9/2.
The sticking point for any side interested in the Irishman would seem to be the £20 million price-tag that has been slapped on his head by the East Anglian club.
The Mirror claims that Norwich only hiked up their valuation when it became clear that West Ham had joined the list of interested parties, and that the expected figure of £20 million could mean Brady remains at Carrow Road for the new season.