Everton have joined the race for Marko Arnautovic as Marco Silva targets the West Ham star to kickstart his Toffees revolution.
That is according to The Sun, who say the Blues are interested in luring the former Stoke winger to Goodison Park.
West Ham value Arnautovic at £50million and are reluctant to sell the Austrian international.
That is more than double the fee they paid the Potters to take Arnautovic to the East End.
Manchester United are also interested in the flier and remain favourites to land his signature this summer.
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