Everton are reported to be weighing up moves for Chelsea striker Loic Remy and Arsenal forward Theo Walcott.
Blues boss Ronald Koeman has been splashing the cash this summer, but the spending spree is not over yet and a number of big-money moves are said to be in the pipeline before the season gets underway.
Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson remains a top target following reports Koeman has already failed with one bid of £40million, and now it is claimed that both Remy and Walcott are also on the boss’ radar.
Walcott has struggled for regular first-team football with the Gunners, and with the World Cup fast approaching needs to be playing if he is to have a chance of making Gareth Southgate’s England squad.
A bid in the region of £30million could be on the cards, and Walcott may be interested in a switch, particularly if he gets the chance to play in his preferred position as an out-and-out striker.
Meanwhile, Remy is well out of the picture at Chelsea and again reports are claiming the French striker could be on his way to Goodison Park.