Everton are set to be priced out of a permanent move for Aaron Lennon, according to the Mail Online.
The England international moved to Goodison Park on loan back in January, and has impressed in his twelve appearances so far, scoring in the win over Queen’s Park Rangers in March and last month’s 1-1 draw with Swansea City.
He only has twelve months remaining on his current deal at White Hart Lane, and Spurs are set to sell in the close season but his valuation of around £9m may be too steep for the Toffees.
Lennon moved to Spurs from Leeds United a decade ago, and has played three hundred and sixty-four times for the North London club, scoring thirty goals while he has twenty-one caps for his country.
Roberto Martinez’s side’s five game winning run was ended by Aston Villa on Saturday, though they can be backed at 3/4 to beat Sunderland next time out.