The Toffees here in the Tavern are delighted with how their side has recovered from the depths of relegation, to now looking like a comfortable Premier League side.
Everton were on the receiving end of a tough start to the season as Ronald Koeman had them plummeting towards the relegation zone, but since he’s departed things have got better for the Merseyside club, as big Sam Allardyce looks to have become their saviour.
However, with the new gaffer far from impressed with the current squad he has to work with, supporters are excited to see what new signings will walk through the gates at Goodison Park.
One particular player who caught the eye of Sam Allardyce was defensive-midfielder Steven N’Zonzi, as reports suggest that Sam Allardyce is looking to sign the midfielder, who recently won a call up to the French national side.
The 29-year-old plays his football for Champions League outfit Sevilla, and many of you will recognize the midfielder from his time playing for Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League.
His role within the side is to act as the anchorman in the midfield, snuffing out any opposition attacks with his tackling and intercepting abilities, while making use of his range of passing moving forward.
Indeed, with players such as Muhamed Besic, Idriss Gueye, James McCarthy and Morgan Schneiderlin playing in the same position as N’Zonzi, it looks as if a clear out will be required.
Therefore, Allardyce should look to bring one of these TWO midfielders to Goodison Park.
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