Fans love Jordan Pickford as he watches Everton beat West Ham in £165 Stone Island jumper

    JORDAN PICKFORD wore a Stone Island jumper while watching Everton play West Ham – and fans were loving it.

    Pickford, 28, missed the game through injury but his absence was not felt as the Toffees won 1-0 thanks to Neal Maupay’s strike.

    Jordan Pickford wore a £150 Stone Island jumper while watching Everton play West Ham

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    Jordan Pickford wore a £150 Stone Island jumper while watching Everton play West Ham
    The goalkeeper was in the stands after picking up an injury against Liverpool

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    The goalkeeper was in the stands after picking up an injury against LiverpoolCredit: EPA

    The goalkeeper was spotted in the Goodison Park stands wearing a Stone Island jumper that costs £150.

    Football fans liked the England star’s taste in fashion and found it amusing he was wearing the designer brand.

    One supporter wrote on Twitter: “Of course Pickford has Stone Island on 😂😂.”

    Another added: “Pickford looking Ard’ with his stone Island 😂😂.”

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    And a third said: “Of course Pickford wears Stone Island.”

    Pickford is set for a one-month spell on the sidelines so will miss England’s upcoming Nations League games against Italy and Germany.

    And that has led to debate over who should take his place with Aaron Ramsdale, Nick Pope and Dean Henderson called up by Gareth Southgate this week.

    Pickford now faces a race to be fit for Everton’s fixtures against Southampton and Manchester United.

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    But there are fears the England no1 could suffer a recurrence of his thigh problem as doctors believe it is caused by his kicking style.

    Pickford is a favourite of Southgate’s partly for his ability with the ball at his feet.

    His long ball ability was there for all to see in Everton’s 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest last month.

    The former Sunderland shot-stopper produced the pass of the season so far as he played in Demarai Gray to equalise late on.

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