EVERTON are looking to sign on-loan keeper Robin Olsen on a permanent basis.
And Carlo Ancelotti could allow winger Bernard to leave as part of the deal.
Swedish international Olsen has impressed since arriving on a year’s loan from Roma.
And he has provided serious opposition for England star Jordan Pickford.
But the Italian giants are hoping to sign Brazilian international Bernard in part-exchange.
And Ancelotti is unlikely to stand in the way of the little forward’s departure.
But that all depends on if the two clubs can agree a fee.
Roma want around £6million for Olsen.
And they are ready to offer a further £6million for Bernard.
The 28-year-old winger was among Marco Silva’s first Goodison signings when he arrived as a free agent from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2018.
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But he does not play a major part in Ancelotti’s plans.
He has managed just four Premier League starts since football came out of lockdown in June.
The ace still has 18 months to run on a contract worth around £100,000-a-week.
And those wages could prove to be a problem for Roma unless they can negotiate a lower fee with Everton.
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