Everton fans will be desperate to witness improvements as their side have been less than impressive in recent times, with their European hopes starting to vanish. Marco Silva still needs to earn the respect of supporters from here on in until the end of the season, as things just haven’t gone to plan.
There’s still a long way to go in the current campaign so the Toffees will feel as if they’re still in with a chance of achieving their aims, but one thing that will already be on Silva’s mind is the summer transfer window.
According to the Daily Mail, Everton are still interested in Hull City’s Jarrod Bowen and they’ve been monitoring him in recent weeks. The forward has been one of the shining lights in the Championship this season with goals ever-present, so he could definitely do a solid job at Goodison Park.
Therefore, here are the potential consequences of Everton signing Bowen…
THEO WALCOTT LEAVES
Theo Walcott has received a lot of stick from Everton fans in the current campaign as he’s offered very little in the final third, having produced a rather disappointing four goals and two assists in 32 appearances.
The Englishman has failed to nail down a permanent place but Silva surprisingly still opts to use him on the right-hand side at times. However, that could all change if Bowen was to rock up at Goodison Park as they both operate in the same position and the Hull City attacker has been one fire this season, so Walcott could soon find himself packing his bags as the Toffees already have Richarlison as well.
FUTURE STAR ROCKS UP
Everton fans are probably full of excitement right now after hearing news of Jarrod Bowen being linked with a move to Goodison Park, as the Englishman has all the ingredients to become a star in the Premier League. The 22-year-old has produced an incredible 18 goals and three assists this season, so he’s done more than enough to warrant a move.
The Toffees have struggled to find a regular goal source in the current campaign, but that could all change in the near future as Bowen has been a constant goal threat at the KCOM Stadium. And, with pretty much the whole of his football career ahead of him, it’s safe to say that he could develop into a special player.
Everton fans, do you think Bowen is good enough to make the step up? Surely he must be a better option than the likes of Walcott and Cenk Tosun…