A full week has passed since the January transfer window closed – and still Everton are being linked with potential in-comings.
What’s more, it’s a left back.
But it appears as if old Blues boss David Moyes, and West Ham United, have already beaten Sam Allardyce to the punch.
Patrice Evra is on the brink of a move to the London Stadium – with Sky Sports claiming Everton were also an interested party in the former Manchester United man.
But the Hammers seem to be set to secure the signing of the controversial French star.
Evra, 36, was sacked by Marseille – and banned by UEFA – in November following an altercation with a supporter.
He was sent off prior to a Europa League defeat against Portuguese side Vitoria, hitting a fan who Evra claimed abused him.
The Ligue 1 club sacked him, with UEFA also banning him from European competitions until June 2018.
But he can still play domestic football, and looks set to do so with West Ham.