Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Rooney: Everyone at Everton wants Barkley to stay

Rooney: Everyone at Everton wants Barkley to stay

Including just one year left on his Everton contract and with plenty of Premier League experience.

"With the ability that Ross has, of course we all want him to be a part of what we're trying to achieve at Everton", Rooney said.

Everton want 50 million pounds for Barkley.

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The 23-year-old England worldwide has yet to sign a new contract at Goodison Park - rumoured to be £100,000 a week - with the Merseyside-born midfielder said to be keen on moving to London.

Mauricio Pochettino is a long-term admirer of Barkley and believes he can make the most of the England international's obvious talent.

Everton, by the sound of it are doing a "Daniel Levy" and holding off any offers under their £50m valuation (sounds familiar). Everton would rather cash in on Barkley now than risk losing him for training compensation next summer. Koeman wants to bring Swansea City's Gylfi Sigurdsson to the club and with Barkley into the final year of his contract the club are ready to reach a compromise with their Premier League rivals.

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Barkley has been frequently linked with a move to Spurs and a potential arrival has divided fans.

Will Spurs give him the switch to the capital he craves or could Barkley be left in limbo? He really hasn't improved that much since breaking into the Everton first team in the 2013-14 season.

On hearing about Rooney's transfer, Jordon went to the bookies where staff checked his handwriting and he provided proof of his identity, and they paid out. Toffees boss Ronald Koeman set the playmaker numerous deadlines to accept the terms on offer, all of which passed a long time ago, so a deal is there to be done. If Barkley becomes a Spurs player he deserves our support, but until then it's very fair to question this possible signing.

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