Do Not Sell My Personal Information
  1. Home
  2. Bundesliga

Everton eye move for Benito Raman

Everton eye move for Benito Raman - Bundesliga

Everton fans will be hugely disappointed after witnessing their side’s awful performance against Fulham at Craven Cottage yesterday, as they missed out on the opportunity to climb into seventh.

Marco Silva seriously needs to sort out his side’s consistency troubles as they’ve let themselves down against one of the weakest sides in the Premier League, just as things were looking promising.

So, with problems still creeping into Everton’s season, surely the summer transfer window will be key.

What’s the News?

According to the Express, Everton are interested in Fortuna Dusseldorf attacker Benito Raman.

The forward has managed to produce 10 goals and four assists in the current campaign and it’s thought that the likes of Arsenal, Burnley and West Ham United are also interested.

Interestingly, the 24-year-old rejected a move to Aston Villa as a teenager to remain in Belgium with Gent.

The Verdict:

Everton are in desperate need of an attacker as the likes of Cenk Tosun and Dominic Calvert-Lewin haven’t exactly been prolific this season. Raman has 10 goals to his name but he could easily produce double the amount with the likes of Gylfi Sigurdsson, Richarlison and Bernard creating chances at Goodison Park.

Raman still has his best years ahead of him and he could be exactly what Everton need at the pinnacle of the attack, with the ability to create and score goals.

He’s bang in-form having produced three goals and two assists in his last four Bundesliga appearances.

Although, after witnessing Tosun’s woeful performances after splashing the cash on him last year, perhaps signing a relatively unknown player like Raman would be a gamble.

Everton fans, do you think Raman is good enough to make the move to Goodison Park? Join in with the discussion below by sharing your thoughts with us.

To Top

Article title: Everton eye move for Benito Raman

Please leave feedback to help us improve the site: