January 23 According to the latest report by the famous Times reporter Paul Joyce
However, Lampard also had to contend with Everton’s civil unrest as he awaited his fate.
The club are looking to rectify their front line problems after agreeing a loan deal with Villarreal for former Bournemouth winger Arnot Danjuma, who is on loan until the end of the season.
Lampard was actively involved in the operation of the deal, but Lampard has never concealed how much he loves England striker Danny Ince, who has just joined West Ham.
Everton wanted to loan Ings, but after being rejected by Aston Villa, they are not prepared to pay 12 million pounds for the player who will be 31 years old in July (West Ham will also pay 3 million relegation bonuses,
This approach is in line with Everton’s policy of avoiding previous transfer mistakes on players with no resale value, and they will not make an exception for Ings.
Everton’s players are not due to report back to the club’s Finch Farm training ground until Tuesday, and while Lampard waits to hear about his fate, core midfielder Doucoure has understandably been left out of the first-team
Outside, and told to train on their own.
He and other players clashed with Lampard in the dressing room following the loss to Southampton, with the midfielder then ruled out of the trip to London at the weekend.
Ducure’s contract will expire this summer, and Everton has once again been taken advantage of.