Busy day for Everton as the Blues agree Bolasie deal

After selling John Stones to Manchester City for £47.5million this morning, Everton are wasting no time in reinvesting some of that money after agreeing a deal for Yannick Bolasie.

We reported to you this morning that Everton had seen an £18million bid rejected for the Crystal Palace winger, as last seasons FA Fup finalists held out for £30million.

However reports this evening suggest that Everton have come to an agreement for the DR Congo winger in the region of £25million plus addons.

Sky Sports claim that including the addons, the deal could reach the £30million mark that the South London club were initially seeking.

Crystal Palace have already signed a ready made replacement for Bolasie, with Andros Townsend joining the club from Newcastle United last month.

Everton have also agreed a deal today for Swansea defender Ashley Williams, whilst a deal for Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony and Sunderlands Lamine Kone are believed to be close.

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