Everton enjoyed a rich vein of form prior to the international break as they continue to work towards securing a European spot this season.
The Toffees have been completely redefined under the guidance of Marco Silva this season, with their recent result against Chelsea highlighting how far they’ve come under the Portuguese boss.
However, with the club likely to spend a large amount of money in transfer windows to come, perhaps Silva and Farhad Moshiri should turn their attention to a number of the club’s youngsters.
Indeed, the Merseyside club have managed to produce a number of quality players over the years, so they shouldn’t hesitate to try and chance their luck once again.
With that in mind, these TWO Everton youngsters could save Moshiri multi-millions…
The Toffees have produced a number of quality players over the years and it looks as if they’re going to continue that trend, with Fraser Hornby excelling in the youth system.
Indeed, there’s no doubt that the striker will play a huge part in the future of Everton Football Club, but he just hasn’t been able to make his way into the first-team just yet under Marco Silva.
Although, the 19-year-old has been banging in the goals for the Scotland Under-21 side and is making all the right moves in the Premier League 2, so it may not be long until he makes the step up.
The midfielder will look back on last season with fond memories, of how he went on to make 12 appearances for the first-team, in what was his breakthrough season.
However, the youngster hasn’t been able to make the step up into the first-team ranks this season due to not fault of his own, as Marco Silva hasn’t really given youth a chance after his summer splurge.
Nevertheless, the 20-year-old will play a big part in the club’s future and will be sure to feature in the current campaign, so the Toffees won’t need to rush into buying many more players.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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