Tottenham Hotspur remain interested in Everton's Ross Barkley

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Chelsea and Tottenham are still hoping to sign Ross Barkley in a cut-price deal this month despite the Everton midfielder being ruled out for three months, according to the Telegraph.

The 23-year-old has been with the Toffees his entire career after coming through the clubs youth system but he's in the final year of his contract and Ronald Koeman has indicated they are ready to cash-in if their valuation is met. But it is understood that an operation will be recommended.

Barkley has less than 12 months left at Goodison Park, and a late charge for his signature was anticipated in August.

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Midfielder Barkley, who is entering the a year ago of his contract, appears destined to leave the club having turned down the offer of a new deal at Goodison Park.

He went down clutching a leg during a training session and had to be helped from the field.

"He stopped training last Monday".

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Asked about the Englishman's future on Merseyside, Koeman added: "There is no update about his situation".

He has been linked with a move to Tottenham, but Koeman said last week there had been no offers for the England worldwide, with the transfer deadline fast approaching.

Playmaker Sigurdsson, 27, arrives on Merseyside after a stunning campaign at Swansea City a year ago.

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Koeman revealed his frustration over Barkley's displays on a couple of occasions last term as he sought to drag the best out of his talented attacker, but those comments appear to have led Barkley to grow exhausted of his manager's barbs and challenge Koeman on them. 'It's always about spending money, and with that comes more pressure'. Maybe we will give him that in the coming weeks'.

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