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"If Ross stays until the end of the season and I feel he is giving 100 percent to the team, like he has done since he was a kid, then he is an available asset for us until he leaves on a free transfer.I would hate that to happen but it might do." That Le Grand Sam himself is openly discussing such a plan on the day that the Toffees tied down three of the young talents they want to keep - Jonjoe Kenny, Mason Holgate and Dominic Calvert-Lewin - to new long-term contracts is not something that will go unnoticed by those in the Barkley camp.
Fulfilling that potential is always the hardest bit.As things go, talent is far more important than youth but being in your late teens and early 20s buys you time and it buys you patience from those in charge.That fluid concept of 'potential' affords you nine lives but before you know it, they have expired, you're in your mid-20s and you're not even the most-adored academy product in midfield, let alone the team.This is Ross Barkley's journey and while some felt it might take a new turn with Sam Allardyce, it appears to be barrelling down the same route with the new Everton boss admitting that the Englishman is as good as gone come January."If someone comes in during January and says: 'Here you go' (with an offer) and the club says: 'Look, if he's not going to sign for us this has to be the case,' then I accept that," Allardyce said, as if explaining the act of bartering to an extra-terrestrial.Tom Davies' emergence, too, has changed how Barkley is viewed.
Despite making 22 England appearances and 150 for Everton, there remains a feeling that Barkley is a slightly unfulfilled promise.
Only in football terms, where players born this millennium are now changing hands for eight-figure sums, and with potentially 8-10 years left at the top, Barkley's suitors have seen enough, surely, to suggest that he is worth that calculated gamble.
Posting pictures to social media this week to remind people that he is still alive, Barkley revealed the horrendous scar left behind by his hamstring operation.
' On Monday, RHOM's Gamble Breaux (pictured), 46, disclosed just how much she REALLY weighs and said she takes concern about her thin frame as a compliment'I can't stand the thought of throwing up, putting my fingers down my throat was never going to work! The blonde claims she has 'only lost about four or give kilos' in recent times, putting her slender frame down to abstaining from indulging in cakes and wine.
Hitting back: The blonde was adamant she doesn't have an eating disorder and added she has 'only lost about four or give kilos' in recent times, putting her slender frame down to abstaining from indulging in cakes and wine NW claimed the personality tips the scales between 50 and 54 kilograms.'I'm healthy.
A risk-taker on the pitch, for certain, but his fiscal caution away from the dugout is also legendary.