Everton have named their asking price for former Middlesbrough loanee Mo Besic, according to reports.
The 25-year-old enjoyed a productive loan spell at the Riverside Stadium last season, making 15 appearances and netting once as Tony Pulis' side reached the play-off semi-finals.
And speculation has been rife over a potential return for Besic this summer with the central midfielder thought not to feature in new Everton manager Marco Silva's plans.
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Now, reports have suggested that the Premier League side have named their price for the Bosnian international.
Adam Jones of the Liverpool Echo, speaking to the Teesside Gazette, claimed that Everton would be looking for a fee of 'around £6m - £7m' for the out of favour midfielder.
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Having paid £4m for the midfielder in 2014, it is thought that such a fee would represent a fair deal for the Toffees.
Such news may be of interest to Pulis - although having already secured the addition of Paddy McNair, it is unclear whether the Boro boss is searching for another midfielder.