Everton will sell Jonjoe Kenny if they are offered at least £10 million, according to The Sun on Sunday (September 27, page 61).
Kenny is said to be interesting Schalke 04, for whom he impressed on loan last season.
But it is claimed that the German club would like him back on a temporary basis, whereas Everton want to ‘cash in’.
And doing so now could be the Toffees’ best chance to maximise their profit, with Kenny’s contract due to expire at the end of next season.
The 23-year-old has started both of Everton’s EFL Cup fixtures this season but has yet to appear in the Premier League since his return, owing to the presence of Seamus Coleman.
Coleman, though, has been linked with a move to West Ham United, where he would reunite with David Moyes, the manager who brought him to Everton, according to The Sunday Mirror (September 27, page 70).
Everton had already been tipped to add to their options in the pair’s position and selling either player would help to fund such a signing.