Everton put up for sale? - Wednesday's gossip

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Everton have been put up for sale with an asking price of £500m. (Guardian)external-link

However owner Farhad Moshiri has denied reports of a potential sale, insisting he is committed to the struggling club. (Liverpool Echo)external-link

Arsenal could rival Chelsea for Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo, 21, in the summer. (Evening Standard)external-link

The Seagulls have put a £100m price tag on the Ecuador international. (Times)external-link

Everton will continue talks with Marcelo Bielsa about becoming their new manager but will also consider appointing their former boss Sam Allardyce. (Independent)external-link

Former Leeds boss Bielsa is unsure about taking the job while West Brom's Carlos Corberan is another option. (Times)external-link

Leeds winger Jack Harrison, 26, is a target of Leicester. (Telegraph)external-link

Villarreal and Senegal forward Nicolas Jackson, 21, will have a medical at Bournemouth on Wednesday before a 23m euro (£20.3m) move. (Guardian)external-link

The Cherries are in talks with Roma about a signing Uruguay defender Matias Vina, 25. (90 min)external-link

Nottingham Forest would like to sign 36-year-old Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas from Paris St-Germain. (Mail)external-link

Chelsea have opened talks with Brazil defender Thiago Silva, 38, over a new contract with his current deal set to run out at the end of the season. (Athletic - subscription required)external-link

Talks are ongoing between Leeds and Juventus over the Italian side's 24-year-old USA midfielder Weston McKennie. (Fabrizio Romano)external-link

Arsenal have also made an enquiry into McKennie's availability. (Gazzetto dello Sport - in Italian)external-link

The Gunners are in pole position to sign Real Valladolid's 18-year-old Spanish full-back Ivan Fresneda. (Football Insider)external-link

Bristol City's 29-year-old English goalkeeper Daniel Bentley is set to undergo a medical at Wolves. (Birmingham Live)external-link

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