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Everton are reportedly willing to sell Amadou Onana this month if they receive an offer in the region of £50million.

The Belgian international has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal this month, and a deal now appears possible given that the Toffees have set an asking price within their reach.

According to The Telegraph, Newcastle are also keen on Onana but their Financial Fair Play situation means that meeting Everton’s £50m asking price would prove very tricky.

The Magpies are therefore likely to put their pursuit on hold until the summer, meaning that Arsenal have the opportunity to pounce in what remains of the January window to strike a deal with Sean Dyche’s side.

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