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Potential consequences of Everton signing Che Adams

Potential consequences of Everton signing Che Adams

Everton have been far from perfect in recent times as they continue to struggle under the guidance of Marco Silva, with a European spot slowly slipping away from them.

The Toffees need to seek immediate improvements if they are to make anything of the current campaign, as they’ve been nothing short of disappointing in recently, with three defeats in their last three Premier League matches.

Although, it looks as if the Merseyside club are currently looking at potentially strengthening in the summer, as according to Teamtalk, Everton have scouted Birmingham City’s Che Adams in recent weeks.

It’s safe to say that securing the services of Adams would be great for Everton Football Club, with it possibly having a number of positive factors, so here are the potential consequences of signing the forward in the summer…

MARCEL BRANDS MAKES HUGE STATEMENT

Marcel Brands has already worked wonders at Goodison Park since becoming the club’s director of football, having helped secure a number of impressive deals, including the likes of Andre Gomes, Lucas Digne and Richarlison.

The Dutchman can make a huge statement by securing the services of Che Adams as the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have all scouted the Englishman, according to The Mirror and Teamtalk.

So, pipping some of England’s biggest clubs to a signing would be huge for the Toffees as they’d bag themselves a potential future star who could take them places.

CENK TOSUN FINALLY LEAVES

Cenk Tosun has been a huge disappointment since moving to Goodison Park as he continues to struggle in front of goal, with only three goals to his name in 24 appearances in all competitions.

Indeed, supporters may finally wave goodbye to the Turkish international if Adams rocks up on Merseyside, as the 27-year-old would be pushed even further down the pecking order and the Toffees would have enough attacking firepower to be able to sell the underperforming forward.

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