Anthony Gordon now posts his wordless reaction on Instagram after Chelsea's draw with Tottenham

Everton’s Anthony Gordon has taken to social media to give his reaction to Chelsea’s draw with Tottenham

The 21-year-old has been linked with a shock move to Stamford Bridge, as Todd Boehly looks to complete the club’s business with another few additions.

While fans may have believed that the club were focusing on deals for the likes of Wesley Fofana and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, it became clear that the Blues’ interest in the winger was genuine, with them having an opening offer of around £40m rejected.

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He established himself as a starter for the Toffees last season, with a number of performances towards the end of the season helping Frank Lampard’s side stay in the Premier League.

While it may have seemed difficult to believe due to his lifelong ties to Everton, Gordon may have hinted on Instagram that a move could be on the cards.

Gordon responds to Chelsea draw

Following Reece James’ post on the app, Gordon’s two emoji response hinted that he was star struck at the 22-year-old’s performance, with him nearly proving the match winner.

The England international was one of a number of standout performers for the Blues, who were far superior on the pitch to their London rivals despite not being able to secure the three points.

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James’ 77th minute goal looked set to give the Blues the victory in an ill-tempered affair, however a Harry Kane header saved a point for Antonio Conte’s side.

While the front three again lacked the goal threat required to get the result over the line, just how good they can be as a trio was on show yesterday, with them all shining in the dominant performance.

This makes it difficult to see an area where Gordon breaks into the team, with the situations of the likes of Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech still yet to be determined.

Jack is a football journalist who graduated from the University of Derby. He has freelanced for The Athletic and The Sun. Jack has reported live from Premier League and Championship grounds, whilst also being published in the Non League Paper.