Everton supporters on Twitter have clearly stated that they don't want their club to sign Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser amid interest in his services.
The Sun claims that Everton and Premier League rivals Southampton are interested in the 24-year-old as he could turn down a new contract at his current club.
It is said that the Toffees may try to buy Fraser during the January transfer window and bid £15 million for the player as they feel he fits into Marco Silva's attacking philosophy.
Following the news of the Merseyside clubs reported interest in the Cherries player, Everton fans on Twitter felt that they could get another player of better value.
One supporter pointed out that Silva already has enough left-sided wingers in the team, with Bernard, Ademola Lookman and Richarlison able to deploy that position.
Here is a selection of Everton fans reacting to the Fraser interest on Twitter:
Being linked with Ryan Fraser who had a excellent season for Bournemouth but wouldnt Bournemouth want £30 million plus? Am sure we could find a player with same ability but with alot more potential for cheaper— El Pivote (@elpivoteftbl) January 13, 2019
It's all bull. And would rather get Lozano of psv in the summer for 30mill— Steven Verhoeven (@steverhoeven) January 13, 2019
18 months left on his contract. That high price is a lot unlikely, although I doubt they let him go this month.— Jaroslav Řehák (@Zaschrona) January 14, 2019
What we need is a natural right winger. We have far too many left wingers at the moment: Richarlison, Lookman, Bernard, Henry O... Why would we want to add another?— Josh Wilbert (@joshwilbert1) January 13, 2019
Been saying for a while we should go for Ryan Fraser. Was massive in Aberdeens academy had to be patient but his ability now shining through https://t.co/crM6cDJlYQ— Bramley Moore Bane (@bane_moore) January 13, 2019
Scotland international Fraser has been in fine form for Eddie Howe's side this season, supplying 10 assists and scoring six goals from the left wing.
The assist machine has played a number of games through the middle for the Cherries as well as playing on the right-hand side of attack.
Fraser started for Bournemouth during their 2-0 defeat at Everton on Sunday afternoon, with the young Scotsman playing the full match.