Potential Signings For Everton This SummerBy Unclassified • May 24th, 2021 • Category: News |
This season for the Toffees had a lot of promise coming into the season, with Carlo Ancelotti’s first full season as the manager, and with the signing of James Rodriguez was looking to turn them into a side that can break into Europe and become a formidable side. However, things haven’t quite planned out as well as they could have for Everton, and this summer they’ll be looking to strengthen their squad to see if they can improve on this year, but which potential targets should they be looking to sign?
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Everton have had issues within their defence all season, as Seamus Coleman is coming to the end of his career and being injured, they have had to play centre-backs out of position, so a right back is high on the priority for Everton. One player that has been lighting up the Championship this season is Max Aarons and has proved to be a very popular player with many clubs including Roma and Bayern Munich reportedly being interested in the 21-year-old Englishman and would certainly be a great signing for the Toffees. Given Norwich’s promotion to the Premier League, prizing Max Aarons away will be expensive and difficult, but both clubs have remained in talks since last summer.
Although Everton did make some high-profile signings last summer in the central midfield position in Allan from Napoli and Abdoulaye Doucoure, the two of them have been plagued by injury. Aaron Ramsey, who is in his last year of his contract at Juventus, has explained that he would be willing to come back to England. The experienced Wales midfielder could be a potential signing for Everton although the Toffees are more likely to be interested in his younger team-mate Adrien Rabiot.
And although this isn’t a signing, if they are wanting to increase their league position, then they need to keep hold of their star players in Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ben Godfrey who have been the standout performers for the Toffees this year. Due to their performances this year, we believe that there might be a lot of clubs out there that could be in the market for these two players, potentially with Spurs looking to replace Harry Kane, who one would expect will join Man City and replace the departing Sergio Aguero.
Neither would be for sale though, as Carlo Ancelotti will be determined to hold on to his better performers, especially given the fans’ desires to rid Goodison from fringe players who the club have repeatedly failed to shift.
Everton are expected to invest significantly this summer as FFP rules relax and the effects of the failed Walsh era becomes a more distant memory. Ancelotti will be determined to improve in every department but it’s clear the priorities lie – recruiting at least one quality winger with pace, energy and determination, who is willing to defend too. A right back, who is comfortable defending and attacking in 1v1 situations, remains a priority. It’s also likely Ancelotti will target options in central midfield to provide more quality, and at centre back to play faster and more effective out the back.
Should Moise Kean depart, which seems inevitable, then his replacement is a priority as Everton have been lightweight in the forward department.
Cenk Tosun is set to return but will remain sidelined for several more months, and with his contract running down will have no future at the club.