Everton fans have been particularly quiet in the Transfer Tavern during the international break such has been their side’s poor start to the season.

The Toffees have won just two of their opening seven Premier League matches and as such sit 16th in the division, leaving manager Ronald Koeman under increasing pressure to turn things around at Goodison Park.

And alongside a winless start to their Europa League campaign, the Dutchman must find a solution soon or else he could be out of a job, and what better way to start than to get three points away at Brighton on Sunday.

Ultimately, their biggest problem has been their distinct lack of goals, with the Merseyside outfit managing just four so far in the Premier League, two from Wayne Rooney and two from Oumar Niasse.

So it’s hardly surprising that the Toffees have been linked with a move for Arsenal forward Theo Walcott in recent times, with the 28-year-old facing an uncertain future at the Emirates Stadium following his lack of first team football.

The England international has yet to start a Premier League game for the Gunners this term and doesn’t look like forcing his way into Arsene Wenger’s plans anytime soon, and as such speculation has been building surrounding his future, with Everton, Southampton, and West Ham reportedly interested.

And were Koeman’s men able to get a deal done for the forward in January, here are THREE ways in which Everton could line up with the £18 million-rated ace (as per Transfermarkt) in the second half of the season…