Dyche finds a perfect Gordon replacement, Everton eye deal for £35m

With Everton enduring another turbulent Premier League season, they find themselves desperately requiring reinforcements in their attacking department. A recent update has emerged regarding a potential transfer target for the upcoming summer, reports the FFC.

Reports from Spain indicate that Everton has expressed an interest in securing the services of Almeria forward, Largie Ramazani. The Merseyside club is eager to bolster their attacking options and has identified Ramazani as a potential candidate.

Nevertheless, Everton faces a significant obstacle in the form of Ramazani’s price tag, set at £35 million. The pursuit of the talented winger will only materialize if Everton manages to secure their Premier League status for the next season.

Once again, Everton has found themselves struggling to compete in the top tier of English football this season, leading to a gloomy atmosphere looming over Goodison Park in recent months. Since Sean Dyche’s arrival in January, the challenge has been even more difficult, particularly due to the limited attacking options inherited. Prior departures of Richarlison and Anthony Gordon, along with Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s persistent battle with injuries, have compounded the team’s struggles.

In fact, among all the Premier League teams, only already-relegated Southampton has scored fewer goals (31) than Everton’s tally of 32 this season. It is evident that acquiring the services of at least one high-quality forward in the upcoming summer transfer window should be the utmost priority for the Merseyside club.

Largie Ramazani is familiar with the English top flight, having honed his skills in the Manchester United youth academy for three years before permanently joining Almeria, where he has continued to flourish. Despite making only 13 starts in La Liga this season, averaging just 45 minutes per game, the 22-year-old has showcased his talent by scoring three goals, providing one assist, and creating two significant scoring opportunities. Journalist Casey Evans describes him as a “massive talent.”

Considering Ramazani’s exciting attacking attributes, he could potentially serve as an ideal replacement for Gordon at Goodison Park.