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Everton interested in €40 million-rated forward

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Everton are supposedly interested in a €40 million-rated forward as the club look to move forward from their incredibly poor season.

There is no understating how poor the Toffees have been this season despite so much positivity in the last summer.

The club spent upwards of £150million in an attempt to break the top four of the Premier League, while instead, they got themselves in a relegation battle.

Several first team stars that were signed in the summer flopped, Sandro Ramirez and Davy Klaassen the two who stand out among a poor bunch.

Ronald Koeman’s season ended quicker than it started, as the side sacked the boss in October.

Sam Allardyce came in and steered them away from relegation, but has shown no promise that the side could compete towards the top of the Premier League.

That has lead to the assumption that there will be wholesale changes this summer and another squad reshape is set to happen.

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Ready to spend big again?

Now, the Toffees are being linked with another big-money move and it comes in the form of Yacine Brahimi.

The Algerian forward has been linked to the club in past years but a move has always failed to materialise.

Now, the Toffees are said to be interested in going in for him again, according to Correio da Manhã, cited by Sport Witness. 

Though, as the former point out, the article also claims that the player could sign a new deal at Porto.

That does sound as though it could be a ploy to get better terms on a new deal that could make him one of the highest paid in Portugal.

Everton confident of signing Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere this summer

Brahimi isn’t the only player that Everton could be targeting.

Though, this time the reports are quite solid.

Everton are now confident that they can sign Jack Wilshere on a free transfer this summer.

Click here to find out why they are confident. 

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