Premier League outfit Everton are set to cut ties with an out-of-favour member of Frank Lampard’s midfield ranks, according to reports.
The player primed for a Goodison Park exit? Allan.
Brazilian international Allan, of course, has become something of a forgotten man on the blue half of Merseyside.
After racking up a respectable 25 Premier League starts across the 2021/22 campaign, the former Napoli standout is yet to feature on a single occasion this time round, under the watch of boss Lampard.
Not only that, but he was omitted completely from the Toffees’ matchday squad to face West Ham United last weekend.
In turn, it shouldn’t come as a major surprise, on Saturday, to hear of Allan preparing to take his talents elsewhere.
As per journalist Pete O’Rourke, the 31-year-old has agreed to the terms of a contract with United Arab Emirates outfit Al-Wahda.
With the Emirati transfer window not due to close until early October, Allan, in turn, is expected to make the move to the Middle East with immediate effect.
As of now, it remains unclear whether or not Everton are due to secure a fee as part of the agreement.
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