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HUGE: As Everton Hatch Plan To Beat Tottenham To 20-year-old As £25m Target Will…

A round-up of the latest Everton news as Sean Dyche forges a plan to beat Tottenham Hotspur to a transfer target but their interest in signing Wilfried Gnonto takes a blow.

 

Everton are ready to rival Tottenham for Iling-Junior’s transfer

Given that he may now leave Juventus, Samuel Iling-Junior is attracting interest from several Premier League teams, including Tottenham and Everton.

TEAMtalk claims that the 20-year-old will probably switch teams in January in order to cash in on the Bianconeri.Everton hatch plan to beat Tottenham to 20-year-old as £25m target snubs switch

Iling-Junior’s future in Turin is being considered by Juventus because it is very improbable that he will consent to a new deal.

Although his current contract expires in June 2025, the management of Allianz Stadium would like to secure the best deal. Also, the attacker is not following coach Massimiliano Allegri’s instructions.

 

Iling-Junior will prioritise his playing time should the versatile Chelsea product leave Turin in January.

He quit the Blues to move to Juventus in 2020 but has only amassed 671 minutes in 22 senior games. Most of those outings have been on the left but he can also play centrally.

Tottenham, Everton, Aston Villa, and Fulham are all very concerned about Iling-Junior leaving Juventus.

Each club is also primed to submit their first offer once Juventus set a stance on the England U21 gem’s future. They may yet seek an initial loan deal in January.

 

Gnonto is now likely to snub Everton and stay at Leeds

Everton have suffered a fresh blow to their interest in securing the transfer of Gnonto from Leeds United.

Journalist Ben Jacobs has now reported that the 20-year-old is likely to reject any move away from Elland Road. He is minded to stay in West Yorkshire until next summer.

 

After Leeds was relegated from the Premier League the previous season, Gnonto had advocated for a transfer away from the team. Everton was also very much in the running to sign the Italian.

Leeds, however, would not let him go as they worked to earn an instant promotion back to the Premier League.

According to Sky Sports, Everton made many approaches for Gnonto, but Leeds turned them down. The offers might have totaled up to £25 million with add-ons.

The winger has now scored and provided an assist in ten Championship games, demonstrating the success of the Whites’ strategy. He will now wait by a switch.

Go here to learn more about Gnonto’s position regarding an Everton to Leeds deal.

Everton have the Premier League’s best left-back in Mykolenko

 

This season, Everton’s Vitaliy Mykolenko has been the best left-back in the Premier League.

That is the view of stats experts WhoScored, which rates the Ukraine defender as the best-performing left-back. He has achieved an average score of 7.31 so far this term.

 

Throughout several appearances, no other left-back in the Premier League has an average WhoScored rating higher than 7.25. Dyche started Mykolenko in each of Everton’s last eight games prior to the November international break. He had started the season on the Blues’ bench.

 

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At Everton, Sean Dyche has to play Nathan Patterson and Arnaut Danjuma more frequently because of a figure that raises doubts.

 

Although Sean Dyche hasn’t exactly had it all together since taking over at Everton, the team is headed in the right direction under his leadership.

With two victories and a tie in their previous three games, the Merseyside team is currently 14th in the Premier League standings.

However, Dyche’s team still has hope, and one route the manager could take is to use two players who aren’t playing well.

 

Although they haven’t played much recently, rookie Nathan Patterson and summer acquisition Arnaut Danjuma are close teammates, according to Opta Analyst (November 16).

 

According to the publication’s analysis of the best Premier League chance-creating tandems, the defense has given the attacker three opportunities, yielding one assist.

 

The two have played just 269 minutes together, but their minutes per chance generated figure of 90 is impressive.

 

The Toffees pair has no chance of matching the 13 opportunities Mohamed Salah has provided for Darwin Nunez at bitter rivals Liverpool, but Dyche could want to consider this option in the coming months.

Though with Ashley Young seemingly locked down at right-back and club captain Seamus Coleman on the verge of making a comeback from a lengthy injury layoff, that option does seem unlikely.

 

On the other side of the field, Danjuma is finding it difficult to get consistent playing time while players like Abdoulaye Doucoure and Dwight McNeil are starting to score goals at a rapid pace.

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