A new challenge at Goodison Park could now await Gareth Bale as Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti reportedly requested his signature.
According to The beach bar Chief Eduardo Inda, the Italian wants to sign Bale on a free transfer this summer, with Real Madrid likely to let him go.
It is claimed, however, that Everton does not want to pay a dime in transfer fees.
Ancelotti managed Bale at Real Madrid, signing the Welsh international from Tottenham in the 2013 summer transfer window.
Together they won the Champions League, with the 31-year-old scoring in the 2014 triumph over Atletico Madrid.
Now, a reunion in Merseyside could be considered.
If Everton signed Bale they would boast one of the best attacks in the entire Premier League.
They could deploy the veteran on the right wing, with Rodriguez in the No.10 role and Richarlison on the left.
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Together, the trio could work together to create chances for the prolific Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score.