Jordan Pickford set for contract talks with Everton amid Chelsea interest

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Everton are set to open negotiations with England's World Cup hero Jordan Pickford over a new contract, according to the ever reliable Paul Joyce.

Along with the Everton stopper, Chelsea have been linked with his England team mate Jack Butland and Leicester's Kasper Schmeichel, as well as signing Rob Green as a third choice option.

Former USA worldwide striker McBride - who had a loan spell at Everton from Columbus Crew in 2003 - has predicted that the 24-year-old goalkeeper will not leave the Toffees for Chelsea this summer.

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What's it going to be for Jordan Pickford? But, the veteran goalkeeper has seemingly been signed to boost Chelsea's homegrown quota, with Danny Drinkwater facing the axe.

Sky Sports reports that the Toffees are keen on keeping the 24-year-old at Goodison Park after Chelsea have reportedly marked Pickford as a transfer target. With several impressive performances at the World Cup, Pickford could be moving up the ladder.

The English keeper has been on an individual fitness plan during the holiday to ensure that he's match-fit for the season opener on Saturday, August 11, against Wolves.

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Stekelenburg joined Everton from Fulham in 2016 following loan spells with Monaco and Southampton and has made 19 Premier League appearances for the Merseyside club.

With just over 10 days left for the summer transfer window to close in England, the Blues will have to move quickly in pursuit of Pickford. Otherwise, Chelsea will be in a major spot of bother, if Courtois pushes for a move to Real Madrid.

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