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Everton: Club insiders claim ‘three or four’ transfer windows needed

Everton: Club insiders claim ‘three or four’ transfer windows needed -Everton News

iNews journalist Mark Douglas has revealed an interesting transfer claim from insiders at Everton.

The Lowdown: Disappointing loss

The Goodison Park outfit slumped to a disappointing 1-0 loss at the hand of Newcastle United in the Premier League on Wednesday night.

Miguel Almiron scored the only goal in a game that saw the visitors register just one shot, begging the question whether they need to invest in some more attackers.

The Latest: ‘Three or four’ transfer windows

Writing in his latest piece for iNews, Douglas has revealed that insiders from the Merseyside club believe that they could still be ‘three or four’ transfer windows away from where they want to be.

Strikers are currently being shortlisted and will be a ‘priority’ in 2023, as they are happy with the new spine of their team following recruitment in the summer.

The Verdict: Interesting

There is no doubt that Frank Lampard’s team recruited well in the summer, with four new signings starting against the Magpies in Conor Coady, James Tarkowski, Amadou Onana and Idrissa Gueye.

However, despite the return of Dominic Calvert-Lewin from injury, they still lacked a cutting edge, and have only managed to score eight goals in total in the top flight so far this season.

Thus, even though they signed Neal Maupay in the summer as well, a new striker should certainly be on the agenda come the January transfer window and next summer, while some more end product from the wings wouldn’t go amiss either.

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