COMMENT By Will Butcher

Ronald Koeman must continue his strong faith in youth by rivalling Arsenal and Tottenham to bring Manchester City sensation Jadon Sancho to Everton this summer.

The Independent claims both north London sides are eyeing the 17-year-old ace after contract talks with Pep Guardiola’s side stalled, which has seen him dropped from City’s tour of the US.

It is said that City offered the rising star a three-year deal worth £30,000 a week, but Sancho has decided to turn down the deal because the path to the first team is blocked.

The youngster is rated as one of City’s best up-and-coming stars, after scoring 20 goals in 33 games last season for the club’s youth sides and reserve team.

Football Insider believes Everton would be the perfect home for the attacker in order to further his development and allow his talent to blossom on the Premier League stage.

Here are three reasons why, including the future of an Everton winger that could make space for 16-time England Under-17 international: