La Liga club Malaga are reportedly planning to make a move for Swansea City's Borja Baston.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman
Everton have already secured two exciting signings of Jordan Pickford and Davy Klaassen, and if the widespread reports are to be believed, more players are expected to arrive at the Goodison Park this summer.
One of them could be Malaga’s highly rated striker Sandro Ramirez. Sandro was all set to join Atletico Madrid, but FIFA’s transfer ban on them threw a spanner in the work.
Ronald Koeman’s hopes of signing the striker, who scored 14 La Liga goals last season, will be bolstered after reports from Spain suggested that Malaga have already found a replacement for the 21-year-old.
According to reports from AS, Malaga are keen to bring Swansea City’s Borja Baston to Spain this summer. Borja has endured a frustrating 2016/17 campaign for the Premier League outfit, and could be looking to return to his home country.
The report added that talks are underway between the two clubs.
Swansea reportedly paid £15 million (The Guardian) to sign the Spaniard last season, and they will be looking to recoup a significant portion of the money should they sell the striker.
Swansea City's Borja Baston looks dejected after a missed chance