Everton reignite interest in Serie A striker after making an ‘important offer’

According to Tutto Udinese, Everton appears prepared to make another attempt to sign Udinese striker Beto, following their previous “important offer” during the January transfer window, writes the SW.

The Italian club is anticipating significant changes in their forward line during this summer’s transfer window, with Beto being the highly sought-after striker due to his impressive performances in Serie A over the past two years.

Everton expressed interest in him during the winter window and made a late offer in their desperate search for a striker, but it was ultimately rejected by both parties.

The Toffees are now prepared to launch a second bid in their pursuit of Beto, aiming to strengthen Sean Dyche’s squad. However, there is also confirmed interest from other clubs, adding uncertainty to Beto’s future.

Currently, he is considered one of the most probable candidates to leave the club in the coming weeks and months. Whether he will ultimately join Goodison Park remains uncertain, and it’s important to note that reports from Italy, including this one, seem more optimistic than realistic at this stage.

Given Everton’s widely reported financial difficulties and concerns with Financial Fair Play, it is unlikely that they will be making any immediate investments. In fact, the reality is that a significant sale is likely needed before any business can be conducted, and such a development has yet to occur. Therefore, a renewed pursuit of Beto by Everton seems unlikely at this time.