Rooney wants Barkley to do the right thing

Virginia Carter
July 17, 2017

Wayne Rooney is looking forward to sharing his vast Premier League experience with Everton's young players.

Ross Barkley has been tipped to leave Everton this summer as he enters the final year of his contract.

Tottenham have been linked with a move for the England global over the last few weeks.

£50 million is an astronomical fee for any player of Barkley's quality, especially given that there is only one year left on his current deal.

There's still a long way to go before a deal is done, but it feels like it's going to happen eventually.

Do Tottenham need him?

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Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly spoken to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy and told him Barkley is his No1 target. He really hasn't improved that much since breaking into the Everton first team in the 2013-14 season. Moussa Sissoko should have a point to prove having offered nothing since arriving from Newcastle for over £30million and is another player Barkley would be competing with. In a nutshell, it is hard to see where Barkley would fit in.

Barkley was in good form last season for Ronald Koeman's side, scoring nine goals and supplying nine assists in return.

Tottenham have also shelved any plans to move for Porto right-back Ricardo Pereira as they weigh up options to replace Kyle Walker.

"To come back here and try to help with that was flawless for me".

Barkley has been frequently linked with a move to Spurs and a potential arrival has divided fans.

Everton are unlikely to come down on their asking price despite the fact Barkley is keen on a move to London. Italian pair AC and Inter Milan both have plenty of money to spend and are said to be interested but Tottenham remains the most likely destination for the wantaway midfielder.

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