Everton could reportedly sell Jordan Pickford, with Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United apparently on alert.

Several Everton fans have taken to Twitter to comment on reports from The Sun over the weekend which suggested that the Toffees could consider selling Jordan Pickford this summer – with Spurs and West Ham among those apparently monitoring the situation.

Pickford has been Everton’s undisputed number one since arriving at Goodison Park in 2017. And he has unquestionably been a very good signing for the club, doing enough during his first campaign to secure his spot as England’s first-choice at last year’s World Cup.

However, The Sun reports that Everton could consider selling Pickford this summer, with the Toffees weighing up whether to let the 25-year-old leave Merseyside should they receive an offer of £50 million. Tottenham and West Ham will apparently be interested if he is available.

Interestingly, opinion on Pickford’s future appears to be divided. Some appear to feel that if the likes of Spurs or the Irons make a bid of £50 million or more, then Everton should be happy to let him go.

His form has not been flawless this term, and his conduct has been questioned on a couple of occasions. However, it seems that the majority of Everton fans do not want to see Pickford go anywhere.

They believe that he can improve significantly in the future, and replacing him with a better option would be an incredibly difficult task for Marco Silva and Marcel Brands. It appears that most would be very unhappy if Everton were willing to let Pickford leave.

Here is what some of the Everton fans made of the reports…

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