Premier league side, Everton have denied ever offering to give two players plus cash for Wilfried Zaha.
Everton have confirmed that they never made any second bid for Wilfried Zaha after their first bid of £52m got turned down by Crystal Palace.
Lately yesterday been Monday, it was reported that Everton had made a second bid for Zaha which included two players and also a £55m euro cash.
The players named to have been included in the swap deal are frontman Cenk Tosun and James McCarthy who features in the centre of the pitch for the Toffees.
The Club issued out an official statement disclosing that no second bid was made and as well declared the discontinuation of the bid.
“A bid was made over the weekend, which was turned down. Both clubs agreed that was the end of the matter,” Said Everton via BBC sports.
Idrissa Gueye is the only player who is expected to be leaving soon as he’s set to French side, Paris Saint German this week.Embed from Getty Images
No other bid will be made for Wilfried Zaha as the first deal been bounced meant the end of the deal as claimed by the club.