French centre-back, Kurt Zouma has been in great form under Marco Silva.
Everton wants to make Zouma’s loan stay permanent.
Zouma could return to Chelsea next summer as the Blues are faced with a two-window transfer ban.
Kurt Zouma has been in top form for Marco Silva’s side this season; he has made 29 Premier League appearances and has helped Everton to the eighth position in the Premier League table.
However, it is quite unclear if Zouma has a future at Stamford Bridge next season. Currently, the Blues are under a two-window transfer ban by FIFA; meaning that they be unable to purchase new players.
Chelsea are yet to know if their latest appeal will be successful after an initial appeal was rejected by the authorities. English international, Gary Cahill would leave Chelsea when his contract expires at the end of the season while David Luiz is yet to have a contract extension.
If the Blues are unable to sign new players in the next transfer window, Kurt Zouma may find himself in Maurizio Sarri’s plans.
However, if Chelsea receives the go-ahead to strengthen its squad, and they get a center-back suitable for Sarriball, Everton would be clear to make Kurt Zouma’s loan stay permanent.
Toffees and Iceland playmaker, Gylfi Sigurdsson has stated he wants Zouma to stay at Everton after the 24-year-old formed a strong partnership pair with Michael Keane at the heart of the Everton defense.
Chelsea product, Fikayo Tomori is on the lips of Chelsea fans after making winning the Derby County player of the year award. The Chelsea defender has a long term future at Stamford Bridge and has been tipped as a replacement for David Luiz.
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