Anthony Gordon, a potter from Everton, gave an interview after the agency rejected an offer from Chelsea Football Club comrade English Premier League football on the player market.
The 21-year-old was linked with Chelsea last summer, with reports suggesting that Todd Bohley’s side had made an offer. Offer about 40-45 million pounds to blue toffee Considering, however, the deal was rejected along with the £60 million asking price of the player.
Gordon grew up from Everton’s youth team before making his debut at Goodison Park in 2017/18 and becoming a mainstay of Frank Lampard’s squad this season. 2021/22 with 4 goals, 3 assists from 40 games in all competitions. While this season, he has started every game in the league with a record two years after seven games
“(a footballer’s value figure), that shows football today. It’s really crazy,” Gordon said. “I personally don’t think any footballer has that much value. But I don’t mean to say to devalue myself in any way
They already have to pay for their future potential. This is the direction football will go. But I didn’t pay much attention to it. I’m only interested in what I can control.”
“What can I do? (when being valued at £60 million) is to be very humble. Concentrate on today and tomorrow. Don’t look too far into the future. That’s the heart of football. When we play well, news about other clubs will follow. But partly because Everton is a great team. I never wanted to leave this team.”