Everton are set to offer Ross Barkley a new contract, according to the Mail Online.
The twenty-two year old has had a positive start to the season – Ronald Koeman’s first in charge of the Merseyside scoring two goals in four appearances in all competitions, and is set to be rewarded with a fresh deal.
Aside from loan spells with Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United early in his career he has spent his entire career so far with the Toffees racking up one hundred and forty-four appearances since breaking into their first team, scoring twenty-three goals.
He has been capped twenty-two times for England, scoring twice but was left out of Sam Allardyce’s first squad for this months World Cup Qualifying double header.
Everton have taken seven points from their opening three games this season, and are priced at 21/20 to win at Sunderland on Monday.