The Everton fans have been on social media discussing the future of Michael Keane, who has recently been linked with a move away from Goodison Park.
Keane has had his problems since arriving at Everton from Burnley in July 2017.
However, the 26-year-old has been in good form over the last few weeks.
Keane also had an excellent international break with England, scoring his first Three Lions goal and impressing against Czech Republic and Montenegro.
The Toffees could end up paying £30m for him, but they might well have the chance to sell the former Manchester United youngster on for a profit this summer.
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The Everton fans have been on Twitter offering their views on the speculation.
And it would be fair to say that there are a lot of mixed opinions. Indeed, whilst some would be more than prepared to sell the Englishman, others are not so keen on the idea.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be seen below:
I hope we don’t just do a typical Everton thing, sell him and replace with Zouma cos that’s not a replacement, we already have Zouma this season so we would need to sign him and get a Keane replacement as well
— EllHamlett95 (@H95Ell) April 2, 2019
IF they offer even close to that, we should take it! He’s been much improved this season but for anything above £30-35m you could replace Keane with better. You could even buy Zouma and have change for a squad player at that…
— Aide Dews (@AidyDews) April 2, 2019
Can’t see this happening .
— NeilBM (@nismoneil) April 2, 2019
He’s defo not worth 50 mill ? but I agree been well better .
— kevin mcnabb (@kevinmcnabb11) April 2, 2019
I like him a lot but every player has a price
— Chowkidar Trip (@TheTrip94050674) April 2, 2019
If Everton are serious about building a young squad then Spurs have no chance.
— Terry (@Tebzico73) April 3, 2019
Don’t Leicester want about £80 million for Maguire? Keane will be a future Everton captain when he sorts his form out
— Paul Reddish (@paulreddish) April 2, 2019