Everton determined to sign Gylfi Sigurdsson despite Swansea’s £50m price tag

• Ronald Koeman keen to get deal done as soon as possible
• Next 48 hours critical with Swansea due to fly to United States

Everton remain determined to sign Gylfi Sigurdsson and will not be discouraged by Swansea City placing a £50m price tag on the midfielder’s head. Swansea’s valuation exceeds what Everton hope to pay for a player who was directly involved in 22 Premier League goals last season, but there is no let up in their pursuit and also a desire to get a transfer agreed as soon as possible.

Leicester City have also showed interest in signing Sigurdsson this summer and already had an offer rejected by Swansea, although it is understood that there is no prospect of the 27-year-old moving to the King Power Stadium. Everton, in that sense, are the player’s only realistic suitors as Ronald Koeman’s ambitious summer spending continues to gather pace in a bid to secure Champions League qualification next season.

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