Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton reportedly want Billy Crellin of Fleetwood Town.

According to The Daily Mail, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton are interested in signing Billy Crellin from Fleetwood Town in the summer transfer window.

It has been reported that Everton made a move for the 19-year-old goalkeeper this week, but the League One club turned down the Toffees’ £200,000 offer.

The report has also claimed of previous interest in the teenager from Arsenal and Manchester United.

Good long-term signing

Crellin is 19 years of age, and it is clear that he is not ready to play regularly for the first team at Wolves, Everton, Arsenal or United.

However, the England Under-19 international is very talented and hugely promising, and he will get better and become the finished article in the coming weeks.

If Crellin does leave Fleetwood for a Premier League club this summer, then he has to make sure that there is a clear path for his progression, and that he will have the chance to break into the first team in the coming years if he progresses and develops as expected.

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