Everton midfielder Tim Cahill could call time on his Premier League career this summer with a move to China or Saudi Arabia, the
The Australian international has been made offers by Saudi club Al Hilal and Chinese side Guizho Renhe, both lucrative opportunities for the 32-year-old. The Independent adds that Cahill has already rejected one offer from an unnamed team in Saudi Arabia said to be worth more than £10m over three years.
Cahill has two years remaining on his Everton contract and is said to be content at Goodison Park, but would still consider the right offer to move abroad. Cahill dropped out of David Moyes’ side at the end of the season, with the manager often preferring to use Marouane Fellaini in support of a lone striker, the position Cahill has occupied for the vast majority of his eight years at Everton. Cahill moved to Merseyside from Millwall in 2004, and has scored 68 goals in 278 games for the club.
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