Everton are reportedly linked with a move for Red Bull Salzburg’s Hwang Hee-chan this summer.
The report states Carlo Ancelotti is prioritising ‘quality over quantity’ and doesn’t expect to land any ‘big money deals’.
Hee-chan has had a terrific season with Salzburg after returning from a loan spell at Hamburg last summer. The 24-year-old has accumulated 13 goals and 16 assists this term, including the goal and assist he bagged against Liverpool in the Champions League (via Transfermarkt).
According to Transfermarkt, Hee-chan is valued at £9 million, indicating a fair asking price should Everton opt to pursue a move for the South Korean international.
Blues fans seem to already be sold on the idea of adding the striker to their ranks. One supporter thinks he would be an ‘absolutely unreal signing’ whilst another remembers his performance against the Reds and has commented ‘looked superb against Liverpool’.
Meanwhile, one fan even compared him to former Toffee Andrey Kanchelskis. They were perhaps referring to the fact that he too was a goalscorer, netting 20 times in 52 appearances for Everton, and that he is a similar stature to Hee-chan with a height of 1.78m compared to the South Korean’s 1.77m.
Read more of the eager Toffees’ fans replies below:
Looked superb against liverpool think hed be a great addition for us lots of running and has that bit of quality were missing
— Alan Farley (@Alanf_1878) May 24, 2020
— mogsy (@mogs157) May 24, 2020
he is very good and he would be a Kanchelskis type of a striker,Yes from me.
— Bjørnen (@Evertoningen) May 24, 2020
Would buy him solely based on what he did to VVD in this photo.
— Pan de Cocrobat (@Ace_Ubas) May 23, 2020
The pictures, for those who haven’t seen it, is fairly humorous b/c he completely undresses VVD at Anfield on this goal.
— Ryan Williams (@RyanSoccerAA) May 23, 2020
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