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Everton: Kevin Thelwell makes Robin Gosens approach

Everton: Kevin Thelwell makes Robin Gosens approach -Everton News

Everton sporting director Kevin Thelwell has reportedly made an approach to the agent of Robin Gosens to try and sign him from Inter Milan.

The Lowdown: Out of favour

The Germany international is seemingly fallen out of favour at the San Siro, having only managed to start one game in Serie A so far this season.

Curiously, he is getting more minutes in the Champions League, playing in every single match in the group stage, including scoring in a crucial 3-3 draw against Barcelona which helped to send his team through to the knockout rounds (Transfermarkt).

The Latest: Everton approach

As per FC Inter News, Thelwell has recently made an approach to Gosens’ agent over a potential move to Goodison Park in the January transfer window.

The left-back fears that he could lose his place in Germany’s national team for the World Cup due to his lack of playing time, and Everton – along with Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga – could offer him a way out of Inter.

The Verdict: Mykolenko competition

Gosens would offer some quality competition to Vitaliy Mykolenko, should he make the move to Merseyside.

The 28-year-old is equally as comfortable playing at left wing-back as well as left-back, so he would be a great asset for Frank Lampard, who likes to switch between four- and five-at-the-back formations.

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He has plenty of experience of operating at the highest level, having secured 14 senior caps for Germany and playing in Serie A and the Champions League for Inter; and should he make his country’s World Cup squad, Gosens will be one to keep an eye on for Everton supporters.


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