After a poor start last season, Everton recovered to finish 8th. Marco Silva will likely be plotting on how to get Everton to challenge for a Europa League spot.
The Toffees had a poor start last season, but made a good recovery under Silva.
Everton opened their transfer business by signing Brazilian forward Richarlison for an initial £35m, which could rise to £50m with add-ons. Whilst this signing is arguably overpriced, the young Richarlison is likely an improvement on Dominic Calvert-Lewin. With Walcott and Richarlison, this Everton side looks like it has goals in it going into the coming campaign.
Everton signed several players before the beginning of last season. With the exception of Jordan Pickford, arguably many signings flopped last season. Davy Klaassen has already left Goodison Park for Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga, which sums up last year’s recruitment drive fairly well.
With an ageing backline, freshening up the defence should be a priority for Marco Silva. Solidifying the defence will go a long way towards helping Everton achieve their goals next season, as well as affording Pickford a breather more often.
With that in mind, surely Moshiri has to sign these two players, who are perfect for Marco Silva’s side….