The Blues have had bids of up to £45m rejected by The Swans, and the stats show why they want to keep hold of their man.
Everton have played the game that Swansea are playing in the past, and have succeeded in getting top money for players that the club haven’t wanted to sell, so it is understandable why Swansea would want top price for a player who could easily keep them in the Premier League next season.
It is reckoned that Everton will eventually get their man, though, and will end up paying the £50m price tag.
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