The Toffees want to reward the 24-year-old after an impressive first season, which included a starring role for England at the World Cup
England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is set to be offered a new contract by Everton, who want to reward the 24-year-old after an impressive first season, which included a starring role at the World Cup.
Pickford has been linked with Chelsea in the event of Thibaut Courtois moving to Real Madrid, but Everton have no intention of selling.
According to The Times, the Premier League club will rip up his present contract, which has four years left to run, and offer him better terms that reflect his standing.
Pickford joined the club from Sunderland a year ago in a £30 million transfer in 2017 and has been enjoying an extended break after his World Cup exploits which saw England reach the semi-final.
Everton face Valencia in their final pre-season friendly next Saturday and it is being reported the club are on the verge of signing Lucas Digne, the Barcelona left back, today.