Everton manager, Frank Lampard, is plotting a transfer swoop for Chelsea youngster, Levi Colwill.
According to The Sun, Lampard wants to sign Colwill on loan during the summer transfer window after watching him excel at Huddersfield.
The report added that Everton scouts have watched the 19-year-old centre-half in action on different occasions this season as he helped The Terriers reach the play-off final.
Lampard is eager to agree to terms with Colwill’s parent club, Chelsea, over a loan deal for the 2022-2023 campaign.
However, Chelsea may need Colwill back at Stamford Bridge next season following the potential exodus of players this summer.
But, should Colwill become available, Lampard is ready to bring him to Goodison Park next season.
Lampard is keen to give the youngster his first real taste of Premier League football after the Toffees avoided relegation with a 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace.
Colwill has enjoyed a successful season at Huddersfield.
He was dubbed as the ‘new John Terry’ due to his performances for the club.