​Both Spurs and Everton are keen on signing Leicester winger Demarai Gray, amid reports the youngster has played his last game for the club.

In a report by the ​Telegraph, Gray was named as one of the 30 players who will never play for their current teams again, due to the player having been 'frustrated' at his lack of game time this term.


This speculation has certainly allowed potential suitors, such as Spurs and Everton, to line up a possible transfer for Gray this summer.

It has been widely reported that Liverpool are also in contention to sign Gray, with the ​Mirror stating the club are also ready to make a bid when the transfer window opens on 1 July.

Gray has a release clause in his Leicester contract that is said to be worth £12m, which is certainly affordable for all those involved in the race to sign him.


Since making a £3.5m move from Birmingham to Leicester in January 2016, Gray has had mixed fortunes, having showed fleeting glimpses of his quality, but being mainly used from the bench he has lacked consistency in his performances.

Gray has scored just two goals and supplied seven assists in 55 appearances in all competitions for the Foxes.