Loads of Everton fans have urged the Merseyside club to sign Wilfried Zaha as The Guardian have reported that the Crystal Palace ace remains determined to leave Selhurst Park.
As per the outlet, Roy Hodgson’s team rejected two bids from the Toffees in last summer’s transfer window, as Arsenal went for his Ivory Coast teammate Nicolas Pepe instead after being put off by his £80 million price tag.
Should Everton sign Zaha?
However, that figure may well be lowered this summer as European giants in AS Monaco, Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint Germain have shown interest in securing the services of Zaha.
Indeed, the 27-year old is a player that could get fans off of their feet, averaging a relatively impressive 4.3 dribbles and 1.6 shots per game in the Premier League in the 2019/20 season, according to Whoscored.
Zaha has been a key figure for the Eagles in the top flight, scoring 36 goals and making a further 38 assists in a total of 201 games over the last six consecutive terms (via Transfermarkt).
These members of the Goodison Park faithful urged the Blues to sign the winger on Twitter, with one EFC supporter branding him as a ‘proven PL player’ whilst another claimed Zaha reminded him of Richarlison – he also is a very attacking player and averages 2.5 shots and 1.7 dribbles per game.
Would love us to be going for him again much better than we have coming off the left imo and a real threat
— TheProSpartan/Owen (@prospartangamer) August 27, 2020
Excellent proven PL player. No brainer if we could swap any 3 of Bolasie, Besic, Davies, Siggi, Walcott, Tosun
— Steve (@SteveStretch1) August 27, 2020
Yes, he’s one of the best player in the pl
— Sarmed (@sarmedeverton88) August 27, 2020
1000% id take him be so much better w better players around him
— Daniel (@Danthedon1878) August 27, 2020
Nah he instantly improves us
— Tom 🧬 (@MoistMoise) August 27, 2020
Same mate.. great player, great attitude! Reminds me alot of Richy 🔥 would be my first choice
— ꜱᴇᴀɴɴ (@seann1878) August 27, 2020
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