Everton could be ready to ramp up their interest and table a bid for World Cup winner Christoph Kramer, according to The Daily Star.
Toffees manager, Roberto Martinez might be about to swoop in and land the German midfielder for a fee of around £7 million after he showed he can perform in the World Cup final.
The young German, 23, was brought in to the team at the last minute as Sami Khedira was injured in the pre-match warm up. But Kramer’s day didn’t end too well either, coming off with a head injury after only half an hour and claiming he ‘can’t remember’ the final.
But he has shown recently that he can be a future great, not only at the World Cup but, he has also had an outstanding season on loan with Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach, where he played 33 times and has caught the eye of many people giving him a few options to chose from.
The Liverpool club seem to be the front runners to sign him and where else better for him to show his talent than in the biggest and best league of all and with a European campaign to go alongside.
After Everton confirmed the signing of Englishman Gareth Barry last week, German international Kramer would be a perfect fit for the side looking to be on the rise heading into a big season for them.
They go into the 2014/15 season wanting to build upon the 5th place they achieved last campaign, so Martinez is considering his transfer options to boost his squad and play that exciting and fresh football style we all know and love.
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