Chelsea transfer news: Could Anthony Gordon be a £60m deal?

Anthony Gordon, Everton, 2021/22

Some have dismissed the idea that Chelsea will pay Everton £60m for Anthony Gordon. Since his association with the Blues, the England Under-21 player has scored two goals in two matches.

Chelsea have spent a lot since Todd Boelly replaced Roman Abramovich in ownership of the club in May, spending nearly £168m on the likes of Marc Cucurella, Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly.

Wesley Fofana’s impending arrival from Leicester would raise that figure to nearly £250m, but his £80m extra fee – a world record for a centre-back – will only be bigger than Gordon’s.

Gordon, the England Under-21 winger who until this season scored four goals for Everton in 60 games to his name. 60 million pounds sterling. for potential.

But he is beginning to realize that potential. The fast striker averaged 23 presses, two blocks and two tackles per 90 minutes for Everton last season, and those core stats are starting to be bolstered by more headlines.

Gordon led Everton’s streak in recent games with Richarlison’s departure and Dominic Calvert-Lewin injured, and he took his chance.

Gordon scrambled on Conor Coady’s through ball pass to score, assisting Everton in a 1-1 draw with Brentford on Saturday, and was at it again on Tuesday, and Tovez hit the ball with the same score against Leeds.

Former Chelsea star Frank Lampard, now in charge at Everton, is desperate to keep his budding star.

“He’s not a robot and all that attention is tough,” explained Lampard, who cost Chelsea £11m in the swap for West Ham and Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2001.

“I get it, I was that ambitious young player. That’s the beauty of Anthony. Hard working. He wants to be better.

“Yeah, I’ve played three and a half seasons, and four seasons with West Ham, so there’s my answer for Anthony. He played one for us,” Lampard said when pressing on Gordon’s future.

A Chelsea move would ultimately be out of Lampard’s hands, but at the rate Gordon is going, he could end up with £60m to prove a deal.


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