Sheffield United could stand to earn a decent amount of money if Everton do sell striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, according to Yorkshire Live.
The England international was sold to the Toffees for £1m five years ago, but the website reports that the Blades will be given a percentage of any future fee if a profit is made on the transfer.
With Calvert-Lewin thought to be valued at around £50m, United could be due a substantial transfer windfall. The likes of Newcastle, Arsenal, Manchester United and Real Madrid have been mentioned as potential suitors in recent months, with the Gunners, in particular, having been long-term admirers of the player.
Whether a move will happen in the January transfer window, though, it is doubtful. The 24-year-old has not played since the 2-0 win over Brighton at the end of August and he is expected to be sidelined for quite a few more weeks with a quadriceps injury, It’s unlikely that any team will make an offer when he has hardly played this season.