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Everton: Toffees ‘would still like to’ sign Mohammed Kudus

Everton: Toffees ‘would still like to’ sign Mohammed Kudus -Everton News

Everton reportedly ‘would still like to’ sign Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus before the transfer window closes.

The Lowdown: Garner and Gueye imminent?

It has been reported that the signing of former central midfielder Idrissa Gueye from PSG is imminent, while the Goodison Park outfit are also close to bringing in James Garner from Manchester United.

However, they are not expected to be the only incomings on Merseyside, as Frank Lampard’s team also hope to sign another striker before the deadline tomorrow.

The Latest: Kudus also wanted

Taking to Twitter, reliable journalist Alan Myers has revealed that the Toffees ‘would still like to bring in’ Kudus, but Ajax are ‘undecided’ over whether they will let him go so close to the deadline:

“The club would still like to bring in Kudus from Ajax but the Dutch side are undecided whether they’ll let him leave.”

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The Verdict: Needed

Given that Kudus can comfortably play as a striker, as well as various positions across the middle of the park, the Ghana international is a much-needed addition to the squad.

With Dominic Calvert-Lewin injured and Salomon Rondon in talks over a move away, the Blues are in desperate need of cover up top.

Hailed as a ‘complete’ player with ‘electric pace & acceleration’ among other key attributes by Football Talent Scout Jacek Kulig, Kudus is someone who would get the supporters off of their seats, and with 25 senior goals to his name for club and country combined, the 22-year-old should be able to do a job up front, as well as featuring in his more natural position in midfield.

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