Everton are beginning to take shape under Marco Silva and fans are extremely excited in thinking about what the future could hold for them.
Currently eighth in the Premier League, they have quickly rectified their sloppy form from the start of the season and found a starting 11 good enough to challenge anyone in the league.
If there was one thing you could improve at Everton, it would the centre of midfield and specifically Morgan Schneiderlin.
The Frenchman has not enjoyed a successful time at Goodison Park and amid rumours of uncertainty surrounding his Everton future, it may be sensible that he is replaced by an up and coming midfielder in the form of Bournemouth’s Lewis Cook.
Cook, who is valued at £18 million on Transfermarkt, has only recently got back into the Bournemouth starting line-up after enduring an injury at the start of the season, which saw others beat him to a place in the team.
Last season he was influential for the Cherries, dictating play, being the engine in midfield and his form was so good that he made his England debut in March this year.
He is a brilliant player that at the age of 21, could hope to have a brilliant career ahead of him. At Bournemouth despite their brilliant start to the season, it will be hard to kick-on as a player but a move to Everton could up his ability as a player even more.
Goodison Park is a much happier place nowadays and with the welcome addition of another quality midfielder like Lewis Cook, the sky could really be the limit for Everton this season.
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