Everton have splashed the cash once again this summer, spending £40m on Richarlison, a player that previously thrived under the management of Marco Silva.
The Toffees will be hopeful that the Brazilian can fit right in and impressive as much as he did during his first six months in the Premier League with Watford. As well as Richarlison though, Everton must realise that last season they were too inconsistent and that just be resolved by bettering their squad with some new faces.
A player that could fit in well as back-up or even as a partner to Cenk Tosun would be Real Betis forward Antonio Sanabria, who is valued at £6.7 million on Transfermarkt.
The 22-year-old enjoyed a positive campaign with Real Betis last season although it was partly disturbed by injury. Nevertheless, the Paraguayan international bagged 8 goals in 8 La Liga starts, showing that even with the limited time he had on the pitch, Sanabria made it count with a tremendous record in-front of goal.
Sanabria had arrived in Spain by moving from Italian giants Roma but now that he is being gifted more playing time than in the Serie A, the true ability of Sanabria is on shown for admirers like Everton.
Tosun took a while to adapt to life in the Premier League but since the last few games of last season, he impressed massively and showed exactly why he should be the Toffees number one centre-forward. The arrival of Antonio Sanabria wouldn’t unsettle Tosun but instead add much needed competition to spark the Turk into becoming even better, otherwise knowing his position would be occupied by the equally talented Antonio Sanabria.
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