Everton want to buy-out Zouma’s contract

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Everton defender Kurt Zouma, whose contract belongs to Chelsea, may remain in the Toffees’ camp on an ongoing basis, Liverpool Echo reports.

It is argued that the Liverpool team leadership and coaching staff are satisfied with the footballer’s performances and are ready to enter into negotiations with Chelsea about his full-fledged transfer.

Also, this information was confirmed by the Toffees’ manager Marco Silva. He said that everyone at the club was really happy that Zouma was with the team. Such a player adds confidence to the team’s defense. Kurt interacts well with the rest of Everton defenders. This fact forces management to begin negotiations with the player and Chelsea’s representatives.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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