AMBITIOUS Everton are planning a £35million bid for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson.
But they could be forced to sell Idrissa Gueye to finance another major spending spree.
Manager Marco Silva is convinced that his team are only a goalscorer short of breaking into the Premier League’s top six.
And he has identified England international Wilson, 27, as the man to spearhead that charge.
But the club are also desperate to sign Andre Gomes and Kurt Zouma on permanent deals after their successful season on loan at Goodison.
Signing all three players would cost the big-spending Merseysiders another £100m.
But the club have already spent more than £350m on new players since Farhad Moshiri became owner three years ago.