Everton have been handed a transfer boost following youngster Josh Bowler’s decision to turn down a new contract with QPR.
Bowler only signed a professional deal with the Championship club in February and made his senior debut during Rangers’ 4-0 defeat at the hands of Norwich City during the final day of this past season.
Though QPR are keen to keep hold of the young talent and will likely give him more assurances over first team football ahead of next season, it looks increasingly likely that the youngster will be headed to Everton as he aims to accomplish his dream of playing in the Premier League.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman has a good reputation for building the talent of youngsters and this will surely appeal to Bowler.
Should the 18-year-old join Everton this summer however, his chances of first team football next team will be very slim.