The staggeringly-low fee Everton can buy Conor Coady from Wolves for at the end of the season

The defender is on loan at Everton from Wolverhampton Wanderers for the season.
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Conor Coady left Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer to join Everton on a season-long loan.

The centre-back departed the Old Gold after seven seasons and now looks set to have played his last game for the club.

Coady’s move to the Toffees also included an option to buy the England international at the end of the campaign and the fee is surprisingly very low.

According to the Telegraph, Everton can opt to turn the defender’s temporary spell at Goodison Park into a permanent one for just £4.5m.

Coady could join Everton for just £4.5m in the summer (The Telegraph). Credit: Getty. Coady could join Everton for just £4.5m in the summer (The Telegraph). Credit: Getty.
Coady could join Everton for just £4.5m in the summer (The Telegraph). Credit: Getty.

Coady moved to Frank Lampard’s side in search of regular football ahead of this year’s World Cup.

He wasn’t part of Bruno Lage’s plans at Molineux this campaign, and with the latter recently being sacked as boss of the West Midlands team, the newspaper claims Coady doesn’t have a recall option in his loan deal.

The 29-year-old has enjoyed life with the Toffees so far and is part of the Premier League’s best-performing defence, conceding seven goals.

He has featured in seven of their opening eight league games so far, providing one assist and scored the equaliser in their 2-1 win over Southampton last time out.

Everton are on an impressive run of seven games unbeaten in all competitions, winning their last two.

Coady will be looking to continue his form for Lampard’s side and hope he can do enough to earn a spot in England’s World Cup squad next month.

The Toffees sit 11th in the table going into their match against Manchester United on Sunday, while Coady’s parent club Wolves lie 18th after one win so far.

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