Everton boss Ronald Koeman is convinced the best is yet to come from new signing Michael Keane.
The Englishman who was bought for a fee rising to £30 million has put pen to paper after agreeing a five-year contract at Goodison Park.
And Koeman is excited about Keane’s next phase of is career.
“I believe there is much more to come from Michael and that’s what makes his signing really exciting for me – we will see his development as a player along with the progression overall within the club.”
The Dutchman has gone about his transfer business swiftly this summer. Belgian striker Henry Onyekuru, midfielder Davy Klaassen, ‘keeper Jordan Pickford and Malaga’s Sandro Ramirez have all been recruited before the start of pre-season training.
It’s a stark difference to the transfer dealings down at West Ham. Another club with aspirations of a top six finish have failed to add any signings so far, outside of the ageing Pablo Zabaleta.
West Ham fans in at the Transfer Tavern are becoming fidgety by the day.
We’ve put together TWO things their club could learn from Everton’s summer business…