Everton turned down the chance to Sign Éder Militão and Bruno Guimaraes

According to football agent, Kia Joorabchian via talkSPORT, Everton turned down the chance to sign Éder Militão and Bruno Guimaraes.

Joorabchian spoke live on TalkSPORT about the players his agency offered to Everton.

“In the past, we have offered them (Everton) Bruno Guimaraes at £16m when he was leaving Athletico Paranaense. They didn’t like him and they went for Jean-Philippe Gbamin instead and Guimaraes went to Lyon,” said Joorabchian.

“Diego Carlos when he was leaving Nantes, we offered him (to Everton) at £11m before he went to Sevilla, and now he’s at Aston Villa.”

“We offered them Éder Militão when he was leaving (Sao Paulo in Brazil)”, added Joorabchian.

Militão is now a key figure for Real Madrid with the Brazillian valued at €60m according to Transfermarkt.

The Everton board have come under huge scrutiny of late with fans protesting during the home match versus Southampton earlier this month, a game in which the toffees lost 2-1.

Mark Marston | Get Football

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