Pundit believes Sean Dyche should try to sign Arsenal’s talent who lacks regular football

Jay Bothroyd suggests that Eddie Nketiah, currently with Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, would be a valuable addition to Sean Dyche’s Everton, writes the HITC.

The former Arsenal prospect expressed this opinion on Twitter, stating that Nketiah would be a beneficial signing for Everton during the summer transfer window. Bothroyd also believes that Crystal Palace and West Ham United should explore the opportunity of acquiring the services of the striker, who earns around £100,000 per week (according to Spotrac). Bothroyd emphasizes that at 24 years old, Nketiah needs consistent playing time at the first-team level.

Nketiah demonstrates his proficiency as a striker, particularly within the penalty area, where he excels. While the 24-year-old may not be considered “world-class,” it is important to acknowledge that Everton may not have the means to acquire a striker of that caliber during the summer transfer window. Considering Everton’s near relegation to the Championship last season, it is understandable that their options may be limited. Additionally, there is a possibility that Nketiah himself could be persuaded to seek a new opportunity elsewhere.