Everton faces key star exodus as club is forced to sell to generate funds

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s future at Goodison Park appears uncertain, with the Liverpool Echo reporting that several clubs are interested in signing the English forward.

The Toffees’ financial struggles mean player sales are likely this summer. With Calvert-Lewin entering the final year of his contract, Everton might be forced to sell him to generate funds.

Calvert-Lewin has found recent form, scoring four goals in his last eight Premier League appearances. This resurgence has attracted interest from other clubs, potentially leading to his departure.

With the proposed takeover by 777 Partners seemingly stalled, Everton’s transfer strategy appears to be “sell-to-buy.” If manager Sean Dyche wants to avoid another relegation battle, Calvert-Lewin’s contract situation could see him playing elsewhere next season. Everton braces for a challenging summer as financial woes continue to impact the squad. Calvert-Lewin is just one of several players whose futures are in doubt.

Unlike teammates Michael Keane, Ben Godfrey, and Abdoulaye Doucoure (who confirmed his desire to stay), Calvert-Lewin hasn’t publicly addressed his future. This news comes as a surprise, as players like Jarrad Branthwaite and Amadou Onana were previously linked with big-money moves.