Everton to snub approaches for Jordan Pickford

Hope Soto
July 30, 2018

Chelsea are looking for a third-choice goalkeeper after allowing Eduardo and Jamal Blackman leave on loan this summer to Vitesse Arnhem and Leeds respectively.

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In order to further cement Hazard's retention, the Daily Express' Tony Banks writes that manager Maurizio Sarri is set to hand the Belgian the Blues' captaincy this season.

The Blues look to have done enough to keep hold of Eden Hazard this summer, with reports in Spain suggesting Los Blancos have ended their interest in the attacker.

The 2017-18 Champions League winners were heavily touted to lure in Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard to the club and after long-drawn negotiations, the deal is finally off after Stamford Bridge outfit demanded a colossal sum to let off the Belgian winger.

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Chelsea-owned Leeds United goalkeeper Jamal Blackman has suggested to The Daily Mail that he will use Everton and England global custodian Jordan Pickford as an example.

Who could that be now?

Sarri has been without many of Chelsea's big name players since taking over the reigns at Stamford Bridge due to their exertions at the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer, although he has admitted that he has been impressed by the standard of his clubs young players.

Chelsea have also been linked with Jack Butland, Kasper Schmeichel and Gianluigi Donnarumma, but a clear option has yet to be determined.

Alisson was Chelsea's initial top target to replace Courtois but he went on to join Everton's rivals Liverpool in a £65m ($87m) deal from Roma.

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