Everton are finding their rhythm under Marco Silva and that is exciting to see for the fans wondering just how far this team can go.
Already transfer news is circulating around the club as they continue to search for influential players who could lead them forward to bigger and better things this season.
The Daily Mail are reporting that surprisingly, Everton are plotting a move to sign ex-Arsenal and Manchester City star Samir Nasri after his drugs ban comes to an end.
In a move that many wouldn’t have seen coming, what could that mean for the current squad…
Tom Davies falls further down the pecking order
The Englishman has really had a rollercoaster few years with the first-team and with another midfield arrival, that doesn’t leave him with much hope of recovering his form and earning a move back into the starting line-up permanently.
With Nasri also a more attacking-minded midfielder, players could be stepping aside and one of those would surely be Tom Davies.
The Frenchman wouldn’t be the answer to their no.10 problems
Turning to a 31-year-old free agent wouldn’t necessarily be the brightest idea and would not solve their attacking midfield problems of recent months. Gylfi Sigurdsson is beginning to find his very best form once again and that begs the question of whether Samir Nasri is actually a buy worth considering.
The Frenchman has gone down hill in recent times and whether he finds his feet again in the Premier League is a decision that Everton would be bold to make.
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