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Everton wouldn’t stop Jordan Pickford from joining Manchester United for the right price.
That’s former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell’s claim – as he believes Toffees boss Frank Lampard would be able to find a worthy replacement.
Sky Sports pundit Campbell told Goodison News: “I think Pickford has had his detractors, and he has had his moments at Everton, difficult times.
” But one thing is certain. He is the English number one. He’s the man with the shirt, he’s never let England down and he’s produced solid performances week in and week out for Everton.
“It seems like, knock on wood, a lot of stupid mistakes, he erases those things from his game.
“He’s an experienced goalkeeper now, so eliminating stupidity and stuff like that has made him a better all-around goalkeeper, and you can see he is.
“He’s got a little injury at the moment so hopefully he’ll be back, but he’s been great.
“And it wouldn’t surprise me if Man United wanted it. It wouldn’t surprise me because it is very good. He is very good with his feet. Passing-wise, his range is ridiculous, and he’s a damn good keeper, he’s England’s number one.
“If the player wanted to go to Manchester United, I’m sure Frank Lampard [could find a replacement]. There are plenty of good goalkeepers. There’s a lot. So I don’t think Everton would stand in his way, especially if the money is right.