February 21, 2018

Arsenal Linked Ross Barkley Given Ultimatum By Ronald Koeman

12 May 2017, 04:53 | Marlene Fleming

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One player who is due to sign a new contract is Kevin Mirallas, after chairman Bill Kenwright broke the news at the club's end-of-season awards ceremony on Tuesday.

Koeman publicly told Barkley to sign a new contract or leave the club last month and has now increased the pressure on the youngster's head with a deadline to decide.

"If you take so much time [to sign], you have doubts [about staying]".

The boyhood Evertonian was one of two players dropped for Saturday's defeat at Swansea following a poor display against Chelsea the previous weekend.

Koeman added: "I think it's his responsibility and the responsibility also of his agent to say yes or no".

The Dutchman has issued the ultimatum of "sign or be sold" to the player, and the Englishman must make his decision by next week.

I like to work with players who want to stay.

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"I spoke to him and we need more productivity from him". That's what you like to do as a manager, develop the players.

"At the end of the season we can talk about it".

"I've got a three-year contract and these three remaining games won't influence my thoughts or my future".

Though Everton will be keen to keep hold of Barkley, the chance to play in the Champions League and challenge for Premier League glory next season with Spurs may be appealing.

Everton host Watford on Friday before their final game of the season against Arsenal on May 21.

In the space of 24 hours, we've had good news and great news from the Spanish media for the Goodison Park faithful, and now we're back to not so good news. "The fans deserve a win tomorrow".

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