What a run of form this is, right? Marco Silva has got his Everton side playing some terrific stuff and now their seventh place dreams are up and running once again. Finally, the Silva project looks like its working and the effort to appoint him seems worth it.
Despite not having the best of teams on paper, Everton look extremely well organised to go on and push for a high placed finish this season, no matter how bad of a start they endured.
Although the Toffees can surely expect to conduct a large number of deals in the summer regardless of where they finish, they must now realise that the Portuguese is the man to take them forward, so long as he’s given the tools to do the job.
Obviously, midfield quality is something that the Merseyside have lacked apart from having Idrissa Gueye and Andre Gomes so as another option in the middle of the park, so Marcel Brands must try and sign in-form Cardiff playmaker Victor Camarasa.
Camarasa, (who is valued at £5.4 million on Transfermarkt) is a player blessed with exceptional quality on the ball and he could bring something totally different to Goodison Park. As proven by his showings this season, he is often a level above his Cardiff City team-mates and hence why is deserving of a Premier League stay.
Like a typical Spaniard, his passing and vision is particularly good but his ability to pop up with important goals has also shone throughout the campaign. Touted by Marca with a move to Goodison Park, he’d make a huge amount of sense and he could certainly create plenty of excitement and would offer that something special from the midfield.
With five goals to his name, as well as three assists, the 24-year-old has presented his all-round quality, whether that’s in the final third or helping his team defend. Possessing quality all over the pitch, it’d be a signing that makes sense.
In whatever role Marco Silva would want to include him in, Victor Camarasa is adaptable and full of the right quality to show why he would be a valued signing for Everton.
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