Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie
According to The Mirror, Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie is in line to earn between £80,000 and £90,000-a-week in wages at Everton – and is likely to be in their side to face Tottenham.
Everton snapped up Swansea City defender Ashley Williams earlier today, but Ronald Koeman hasn't finished spending just yet as he lines up a deal for Bolasie.
Manchester United's Michael Carrick and Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie
The Mirror report that Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie is expected to join the Toffees in the next 24 hours, with Everton paying £25m for the wide man, whilst forward Oumar Niasse may join Palace in part-exchange.
Bolasie, 27, has been vital for Palace ever since joining the club from Bristol City in the summer of 2012, and he's earned a strong reputation during his time in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie celebrates scoring with Freddie Ladapo
A powerful, pacey runner capable of every trick in the book, Bolasie can be hard to handle for any Premier League full back, but the DR Congo international is rightfully criticised for his lack of production; after all, Bolasie has only scored ten Premier League goals in the last three seasons, and only recorded three assists last term.
Those stats haven't put Everton off though, and The Mirror have disclosed some of the details from his contract at Goodison Park, which should be signed imminently.
Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie in action with Reading's Jake Cooper
They claim that Bolasie has been offered between £80,000 and £90,000-a-week by Everton, with the Toffees set to hand him a five-year contract to make the move up to Merseyside.
It's also added that, with Bolasie expected to be confirmed as an Everton player on Thursday, he is likely be thrown straight into the team against Tottenham this weekend, as the Toffees kick off their Premier League campaign at Goodison Park – and Bolasie will certainly give Spurs something to think about.
Do you think Bolasie is worth £25m and up to £90,000-a-week in wages?