Everton could 'sell SIX players in £250m fire sale including Pickford'
Jordan Pickford is ‘set to be one of SIX players worth a combined £250m to leave Everton this summer if Sean Dyche’s side are relegated – with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Dwight McNeil and Alex Iwobi among others that could depart’
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- Everton are in 17th place and sit just two points clear of the relegation zone
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Jordan Pickford is among the players that could leave Everton if the club are relegated from the Premier League.
According to The Sun, a group of players worth £250million could be sold if Everton go down, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Dwight McNeil, Alex Iwobi and Amadou Onana also candidates to depart.
Abdoulaye Doucoure could also leave even if Everton activate a one-year extension on his contract.
Everton are in 17th place in the Premier League and are just two points above the relegation zone.
They host league leaders Manchester City on Sunday before facing fellow relegation-threatened sides Wolves away from home, and Bournemouth at Goodison Park.
Jordan Pickford is one of six players set to leave if Everton are relegated from the top flight
(L-R) Abdoulaye Doucoure, Dwight McNeil, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Alex Iwobi may leave
Everton boss Sean Dyche could end up losing players worth a combined £250million
If Everton are relegated do fall into the second-tier, it could cost them some £100m in revenue.
England goalkeeper Pickford has been linked with a move to Manchester United, and would likely be among the Everton players to have least difficulty finding a new club.
United are considering potential options in goal, despite current No 1 David de Gea seemingly set to put pen to paper over a new deal at Old Trafford.
Doucoure and McNeil both scored braces in Everton’s 5-1 victory over Brighton on Monday, when Dyche’s side shocked the European hopefuls, and fans will be hoping for similarly thrilling performances in their remaining three games.
England striker Calvert-Lewin has endured much misfortune with injuries but is capable of making a major impact when fully fit, while Iwobi and Onana are both likely to attract a lot of attention if they are made available for sale.
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