Everton are planning a £35million summer bid for Cherries striker Callum Wilson, according to The Sun.

The England ace netted 15 goals for Eddie Howe's men this season, including a career best haul of 14 in the Premier League.

And that form is said to have brought interest from the Toffees, if they can raise the funds.

The report claims Marco Silva is looking for Wilson to spearhead his side's attack but also wants to complete permanent deals for loanees Kurt Zouma and Andre Gomes.

Wilson, 27, joined Cherries from Coventry in 2014 for a fee believed to be around £3m. He has gone on to make 148 appearances for the club, netting 58 goals.

The striker still has three years remaining on his contract at Vitality Stadium having penned a new deal last summer, but he was also linked with a move to Chelsea in January.

Quizzed on how he reacts to transfer speculation, Wilson told the Evening Standard: "I don’t really read into it too much.

"When I was younger you’d listen to it a bit more. Now I’m older, I’m contracted here, I’m enjoying my football so for me that’s obviously going on outside, I let other people talk about that and I just do my talking on the pitch."