Man Utd, Chelsea and Spurs in Pickford transfer battle with Everton goalkeeper yet to be given agreed five-year deal

    MANCHESTER UNITED, Chelsea and Tottenham are all considering a move for Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, according to reports.

    The England stopper agreed a new five-year deal at Goodison Park before the World Cup.

    Jordan Pickford is wanted by Man Utd, Chelsea and Tottenham


    Jordan Pickford is wanted by Man Utd, Chelsea and TottenhamCredit: Getty

    But the 28-year-old hasn’t yet put pen to paper, which has caught the attention of the Prem trio.

    Pickford has been in impressive form for club and country this season and has just 18 months left on his current terms.

    As a result, the Daily Mail claim Champions League chasing United, Chelsea and Spurs, who are all in the market for a keeper, are hopeful of a deal.

    United have doubts over David de Gea‘s future with his contract expiring at the end of the season.

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    Meanwhile, Edouard Mendy is yet to sign fresh terms and has dropped behind Kepa Arrizabalaga in the pecking order, meaning the Blues still searching for a reliable man between the sticks.

    And Tottenham are eyeing up a long-term replacement for Hugo Lloris.

    That’s because the Frenchman has 18 months to run on his contract.

    Regardless, Frank Lampard is calm about the situation and is confident Pickford will commit his future to the club.

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    Speaking earlier this month, he said: “Jordan feels very happy being at this club.

    “I don’t want to speak for him but that’s the impression I get from him.

    ‘I feel we can match his ambitions. We’re a huge club with a huge history and big ambition and he’s a big part of that.

    “If Jordan feels like that, we can match each other’s ambitions and in terms of getting him to stay longer, I don’t see that as a problem.”


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