Everton coach Duncan Ferguson goes on spying mission to scout Stoke centre-back Harry Souttar as Toffees plot transfer

EVERTON coach Duncan Ferguson went on a spying mission to check out giant Stoke centre-back Harry Souttar.

The Scot made a surprise trip to look at the 6ft 4in defender, 22, who is starring for the Potters.

Souttar was a regular for Stoke last season and attracted admirers with a string of commanding performances.

He's also made a strong start this term, and has featured in 10 game so far.

Now Goodison chiefs are weighing up if the Australian can make the step up to the Premier League.

Everton could lose Yerry Mina next summer and are planning ahead.

The Colombian is said to have his heart set on a move to the Serie A.

And both Inter Milan and Fiorentina have been alerted to his availability.


The Toffees were rocked by Mina's demands to leave but could be willing to let him go for £21million.

Fortunately, Mina's still making his presence felt while he remains at Goodison Park.

He was right in the thick of things during Everton's 1-1 draw with Manchester United today.

Mina nearly won the game for the Toffees when he scored five minutes from time but his goal was ruled out by VAR.

He was also embroiled in a heated row with United striker Edinson Cavani as tensions spilled over in the match.

    Source: Read Full Article