After a successful season with Sheffield United in the Championship, in the last summer transfer window, Iliman Ndiaye received a lot of interest from several big teams across Europe. In the end, the Senegalese midfielder decided to move to Ligue 1 to join Olympique Marseille.
Everton once said they wanted to own Iliman Ndiaye before he went to France to play, and the Goodison Park team has not given up this idea. According to journalist Ignazio Genuardi, The blue half of Merseyside wants to have the services of the Senegalese player as soon as next January.
Coach Sean Dyche still considers him a quality addition to “The Toffees” midfield, despite the fact that Iliman Ndiaye has only contributed 1 assist after 23 matches in all competitions this season.
However, if you want the signature of a player born in 2000, Everton will have to spend around 20 pounds, an amount equal to the amount the Ligue 1 representative paid to Sheffield United last July. This will be a big barrier for the home team at Goodison Park because they have just been deducted 10 points for violating financial fairness laws.
Huy Truong | 12:39 December 31, 2023