Everton closes the exit door on one of its stars, a target for Tottenham and United

Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite’s future has been the subject of speculation with interest from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. However, according to reports from Football Insider, Everton have made it clear that they have no intention of selling the 21-year-old defender.

Tottenham, looking to strengthen their defensive line, see Branthwaite as an attractive option, particularly with Micky van de Ven missing due to injury. Meanwhile, Manchester United, where rumors of departures such as those of Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane are rife, see the defender as a possible addition to strengthen their defence.

Branthwaite will not leave Everton

Everton’s firm stance on attempts to sign Branthwaite is a blow to both clubs, who are now faced with the task of convincing Everton to change positions with tempting offers. The opportunity to move to big clubs like Manchester United and Tottenham would undoubtedly be attractive for the young defender, but Everton are reluctant to lose a key player in the midst of their battle against relegation.

Everton, who are in the midst of a relegation battle, know how important it is to keep Branthwaite at this crucial stage of the season. The refusal to sell the defender highlights the club’s need to preserve its key assets to ensure its stay in the Premier League.

Although there could be significant offers in the January transfer market, Everton appear determined to keep Branthwaite and any attempt by Manchester United and Tottenham to sign him will require a significant financial outlay. The situation underlines the young defender’s importance to Everton’s plans and raises questions about his future given continued interest from elite Premier League clubs.

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