Everton’s Tom Davies could be a target for Leeds United this summer, claims ex-Whites midfielder Carlton Palmer.
Davies is being linked with a move away from Everton, with Football Insider reporting that Southampton are currently the side showing the most interest in the 22-year-old.
Davies did feature under former manager Carlo Ancelotti, but he was not always in the Italian’s starting XI.
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That could change next season under Ancelotti’s successor, but if the midfielder is not offered any guarantees beforehand, then perhaps a move to St. Mary’s is something he could end up considering.
For Palmer, though, Leeds could also be a viable option for Davies. On the Everton man, he exclusively told TIF:
“I also think he fits into… the way he plays, Leeds might be interested in him as well. He fits into that sort of category that [Marcelo] Bielsa likes.”
Davies burst onto the scene back in the 2016/17 season, really making a name for himself in Everton’s 4-0 demolition of Manchester City, where he was able to grab his first goal for the club.