Everton’s Arnaut Danjuma could soon find himself in a starting role under Sean Dyche, with the winger’s ability to apply pressure on his competitors becoming increasingly evident, writes the Everton.News.
According to Paul Brown, a former Daily Express journalist, Danjuma possesses the capability to challenge those ahead of him in the pecking order. Currently, Jack Harrison and Dwight McNeil have been the preferred options on the flanks, with James Garner also being deployed in those areas.
Brown commented, “I would say though, that Danjuma is quite capable of putting some pressure on his rivals for a place in the team and I do think, sooner rather than later, you’ll see him starting the odd game. If he can take his chance and prove a goal threat, because that is ultimately what Everton lacks at times, a goal threat, then he might start getting a run.”
Danjuma’s style of play is characterized by explosive pace and exceptional dribbling skills, making him a dynamic winger who excels at taking on defenders, stretching opposing defenses, and creating scoring opportunities.
This creative flair in the final third has the potential to inject new life into Everton’s attacking play, and Sean Dyche may well look to capitalize on these attributes. Danjuma’s versatility allows him to operate on either wing, providing the manager with the flexibility to adapt his position based on the team’s needs, with Jack Harrison also capable of switching flanks.
Furthermore, Danjuma’s experience in top leagues and European competitions demonstrates that he has the potential to secure a regular starting spot in the team.
The fact that Everton was targeting him in January, before he ultimately moved to Tottenham Hotspur, highlights his quality and potential.
With his impressive skill set and a hunger to prove himself, it might be time for Arnaut Danjuma to show why he was selected for Everton in the first place.