Last season, Everton underachieved significantly. Despite being a bright spark going forward, the Toffees defensive vulnerability cost them dearly, resulting is a highly disappointing finish of 11th and manager Roberto Martinez losing his job. However, where there is a new season, a new manager and new signings, there is hope. Everton is a club that
CIES Football Observatory recently published a report about Premier League clubs overspending in light of the television deals. With defenders costing the same amount of money world-class strikers cost not so long ago, bargain buys have become a rarity, especially with clubs from other league hiking up their asking price should an English club ever
From the outrageous to the bloody unthinkable, the transfer market went mad this summer. But away from the limelight, there were meaningful and shrewd signings that didn’t receive as much credit. Here are the top 5 bargains of the summer. Loris Karius – Liverpool Age- 23 Position – Goalkeeper Transfer Fee – £4.7 –
Despite being relegated with Aston Villa last season, Idrissa Gana Gueye was signed on a four-year deal by new Everton manager Ronald Koeman in the summer. Although the Senegal international huffed and puffed in the heart of a sorry Villa midfield last term, the 26-year-old failed to help the Villains stay in the Premier League.