Everton ‘targeting Chelsea wonderkid Tino Anjorin transfer after seeing £25m Morgan Gibbs-White bid rejected by Wolves’ | The Sun

EVERTON boss Frank Lampard is reportedly targeting a move for Chelsea wonderkid Tino Anjorin.

The Toffees gaffer is eyeing his former club for potential transfers.

Everton are looking at a swoop for Anjorin after having a £25million bid rejected for Wolves ace Morgan Gibbs-White.

Lampard and Co are exploring a move for the talented attacking midfielder, according to Sport Mail.

The 20-year-old is being considered as an option if Everton fail in their pursuit of Gibbs-White.

Anjorin spent the second half of last season on loan at Championship side Huddersfield, scoring once in eight appearances for the Terriers.

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The youngster has been capped at every England youth level from U16 to U20.

His only senior Premier League appearance for Chelsea came while Lampard was in charge at Stamford Bridge.

Anjorin came off the bench in a 4-0 win, coincidentally over Everton, back in March 2020.

But Gibbs-White remains a primary target for Lampard.

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The 22-year-old starred while out on loan at Sheffield United last season, scoring 12 goals and providing ten assists in 37 games.

His form means he is set for a bigger role at Wolves in the upcoming campaign, if the West Midlanders can successfully fend off interest from elsewhere.

Everton, as well as a host of other Prem clubs, are interested in Gibbs-White.

SunSport exclusively revealed earlier this month that Crystal Palace are plotting a move for the talent.

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