Everton and Huddersfield Town are interested in Borussia Dortmund’s star Emre Mor, according to the player’s former agent Bariz Soofizadeh.

The representative made the claims that the 20-year-old’s has already begun discussions with the Premier League sides over a potential move.

Mor, who has been touted as a wonderkid and potential star of the future, is expected to leave Dortmund in the near future in search of regular first-team football.

The Turkey international has been attracting plenty of interest from a host of teams in different leagues, however, Everton and Huddersfield appear to be closer to completing a deal than anyone else.

Soofizadeh has told reporters that they had come close to striking deals for the player, however, nothing has materialised so far.

“We held talks with both Everton and Huddersfield,” he told Ajanspor.

“Two Bundesliga clubs were also interested. We came close to striking deals with Fiorentina and Inter.

“Emre wanted to go to Real Madrid or Barcelona however neither expressed an interest in him.”

Ronald Koeman has invested heavily this summer with new acquisitions, as he looks to take Everton into the Champions League in the near future.

He has added the likes of Wayne Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Jordan Pickford and Michael Keane to his squad to help boost the amount of Premier League experience within his side, whilst also adding Sandro Ramirez and Davy Klaassen as well.

With Everton competing on four fronts this season, the Goodison Park club’s summer recruitment is seemingly not done and more new faces are expected before the end of the month.

Huddersfield will be looking to add to their team as they look to survive their first season in England’s top-flight, with manager David Wagner seeing Mor as an ideal signing to help The Terriers achieve their aims.

The Yorkshire outfit have began life in the Premier League in impressive fashion, record two consecutive wins over Crystal Palace and Newcastle United to give the supporters a dream start.

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