Everton's efforts to prevent Thomas Delaney from moving from Copenhagen to Werder Bremen are saved as a very good idea.
In the summer of 2016 Werder Bremen agreed to sign Delaney FCK, but the midfielder would only move in the window of January 2017. Nevertheless, Everton observed the Danish footballer and tried to intervene more than once.
When he covered the demands of Denmark in January, sportswomen explained: "Determined to sign another Delaney, Everton would have been in frequent contact with Werder Bremen and spoke to the player of the player Michael Stensgaard.
BT said that Everton is finally a final bid of Werder 43 m Danish crowns, which is about £ 5m. That would have seen the German club more than double his money without Delaney ever playing for her.
The Bundesliga club was not interested, and Delaney quickly became an important player after his move. After the midfielder had quickly finished, the midfielder scored 4 goals and helped 11 for his new club.
In the summer, Brighton & Hove Albion watched the player's signature and talked about a € 12 million Premier League offer. Burnley was then added with Brighton, and Delaney's English fan base rose, but Werder Bremen insisted that there would be no sale.
Everton's interest is not simply abandoned, and this agility and foresight are all the more impressive. Brighton will probably not compete for the start, while Delaney has just scored 4 goals in 2 national players.
Delaney has just turned 26 and has a long goal to play in the Premier League. Next summer will be a special time for the move to England, but the Werder Bremen expects generously.
Everton will surely see someone this season, and Brighton will also watch the Werder Bremen games. In fact, the number of scouts in the Premier League, which is watching the German club, is likely to grow, especially after the heroine Delaney in Denmark.