Everton are famend for his or her switch disasters over the previous few years with many gamers previous and current not residing as much as the expectations set, and now the Toffees might observe an identical path with their curiosity in a possible switch goal.
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In keeping with The Guardian journalist Ed Aarons, Everton may very well be making a mistake with their pursuit of Salernitana striker Boulaye Dia.
Aarons instructed GIVEMESPORT:
“Dia has been good at coming deep and linking the play just a little bit extra. He hyperlinks it up nicely, he’s fairly sturdy.
“He’s a little bit of a risk in entrance of purpose however he doesn’t rating sufficient targets. In his profession he’s not scored sufficient, that’s one factor he can enhance on. However his link-up play has been very spectacular.”
Everton can repeat Sandro catastrophe
It’s no secret that Everton are in determined want of reinforcements of their ahead line because the aspect have scored the second-fewest targets within the Premier League over the marketing campaign up to now and Frank Lampard will certainly be working arduous to establish the correct participant to make an on the spot impression on his group.
The January switch window will open once more subsequent month and it is going to be the Everton supervisor’s golden alternative to repair the issues his group are at present experiencing earlier than it’s too late, with the Toffees at present teetering on the sting of the relegation zone.
Consequently, the signing of Dia is probably not sufficient to get the group to extend their purpose contributions to the extent wanted to retain the membership their Premier League standing over the second half of the season.
The Senegalese ace – valued by his membership at round £18m – has solely scored two targets this season for U.S. Salernitana and netted one for Senegal throughout their World Cup marketing campaign in Qatar.
Everton may very well be on track to repeat the identical mistake the membership made once they signed Spanish ahead Sandro Ramirez from Malaga on a four-year deal again in 2017 by signing Dia.
The previous Blues striker spent three years on the books at Goodison Park and it’s protected to say the switch didn’t work out for both the participant or the membership, with the ahead solely making 16 appearances, scoring one purpose and registering two assists.
Lampard ought to be specializing in discovering a centre-forward who’s Premier League confirmed and assured to ship the targets that may assist the aspect keep away from one other troublesome relegation battle on the backside of the desk.
With that being mentioned, the powers at Goodison Park ought to have learnt their lesson from the quite a few switch disasters which have occurred and discovering the correct striker in January might probably be the distinction between staying within the prime flight or falling into the Championship.