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Khedira admits his interest about Everton move

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90min.com

Everton has just gone a little off the boil after a strong start to their 2020/21 Premier League season.

The Toffees are currently down in the seventh position, but they are far from being out of contention, particularly at this early stage, for the European places.

However, they do look like they need a shot in the arm and a spark to set them again on their way. It couldn’t have fallen at a better time for Carlo Ancelotti and Co. with the January transfer window only a few weeks away. To that end, where possible, the Italian should be looking to improve his team, and one player who continues to interest him is Sami Khedira of Juventus, who played at Real Madrid under Ancelotti.

Moreover the German international admitted that he had already talked to the Italian about switching to the top flight in English.

“I am open to a new sporting challenge,” the Daily Mirror quoted him as saying to Bild.

“I had a hard time and would like to play football again, competing for three points week after week. It’s what I’m longing for. I still have so much motivation and power at the moment, so I’m not concerned with the summer of 2021, but December and January.”

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