Ryan Fraser “ready for the move to Everton” while the prospect of Aberdeen to take advantage of the money are finally extinct


According to a report, Ryan Fraser is ready for a transfer of Bosman to the ambitious club from Everton. The winger of Bournemouth has rejected the opportunity to extend his contract and play in the last matches of Premier League of the season once his contract expired June 30.

The Daily Mail claims that Carlo Ancelotti is keen to secure the signature of the striker wheel, and the international scottish said to his teammates that a move to Goodison was his most likely option.

Fraser trained with the club from the south coast prior to the restart of the Premier League, but his stay of seven years will end in a few days.

He soon joined his fellow countryman to be off-contract with the stars Charlton, Lyle Taylor and Hull, Eric Lichaj, in refusing to extend the season.

The stars have decided that the movements in profit could not be risky for the good of fidelity in the short term.

This means that Aberdeen will lose sales charges huge for its product to young people.

After a mandate is breathtaking in the Premier League last season, where he scored 8 goals and 15 assists, it appeared that the Donations were in line for a financial windfall on a mass scale.

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They inserted charges of sale of 20% when the winger left Pittodrie and with his transfer value up to £ 30 million at any given time, the Donations have received up to 6 million pounds sterling.

A press release from the club of Bournemouth said: “winger Ryan Fraser has refused to sign a contract extension in the short term. “


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