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Everton Sends Director to Monitor Norwich’s Midfielder James Maddison

According to reports surfacing everywhere on the media, Premier League club Everton are said to be keeping an eye out for Norwich City midfielder James Maddison.

Report, which emerged from ESPN states that the Director of football at the Toffees board, Steve Walsh was seen in attendance to scout the Norwich star performances against Championship side Bolton, in which they lost 2-1.

With Merseysiders currently diverting their attention to fishing young future stars and landing them to the team, which they are mainly known for, instead of acquiring the services of some experienced players in Europe.

However, we understand that the Canaries are will to tie up loose ends to make sure their youngster stays with them at the Carrow Road, and first would be to clear the hopes Everton might possibly be having.

After two successful loan spell at two different clubs Scottish club Aberdeen and League One side Coventry City, where he displayed brilliant performances. And was presented the opportunity to prove himself in the Championship, where he features for Norwich.

The English youngster has continued his fine form for his club as he challenges a new attacking role in the midfield, which saw him bagged four goals and in the process providing five assists for the Championship side.

Moving to the Premier League with Everton might be taking a twisted turn in the English star’s career. If only he could be given the chance to grow in his skills and progressing for a new challenge.

But the report claiming that Everton director of football came to watch on the performance of the 20-year-old attacker, this actually means a deal might just be going through for their star.

Maddison, who still has four years left on his contract with the Canaries, has also sparked interest not just from Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are said to be watching the England youngster closely.

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