Everton transfer round-up; Roma eye Funes Mori, competition for Euro 2016 star

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All the latest transfer stories surrounding Everton.

Everton's John StonesEverton's John Stones

With only one new arrival at Everton this summer, the focus has mainly been on who may depart the club instead.

John Stones seems destined to make the move at some point with Manchester City particularly keen on his signature.

A sticking point is Everton’s £50 million valuation, which so far City have been reluctant to match.

According to the Guardian, they value him more at £42 million, but believe Everton will end up accepting a fee of £45-46 million instead.

Everton's John StonesEverton's John Stones

He may not be the only one departing, with Gazzetta dello Sport claiming Roma are interested in a move for Ramiro Funes Mori.

According to them, they see him as the perfect man to add steel to their defence this summer after allowing two defenders to leave.

They want a loan deal with a view to permanent move, but Ronald Koeman is keen to keep the Argentina international. 

Everton's Ramiro Funes Mori after being sent offEverton's Ramiro Funes Mori after being sent off

One man who could be arriving is Portugal midfielder William Carvalho, with the Mirror reporting that Everton are leading the race for his signature.

However, they are facing a fight to bring him to Goodison Park, with the same report claiming Chelsea are now set to rival them for the Euro 2016 winner.

Portugal's William Carvalho has his penalty saved during the shootoutPortugal's William Carvalho has his penalty saved during the shootout

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