Everton are facing a new low in the current Premier League season, having won only one of their first four matches so far. Thye have also lost both their last two matches against Chelsea and Tottenham by 2-0 and 3-0 on consecutive weekends and are looking forward to a change of fate as they go into another big match, with Manchester United being their immediate opponents in the Premier League.
The Toffees are looking to get back to winning ways with their newly made team, for which they spent a lot of money during the last summer transfer window. they brought a number of players into the side to revamp it and get themselves positive results in the new season, which unfortunately has not worked till now, leaving the team as well as the fans in grave disappointment.look for new options in the next transfer window so that they can change their fortunes around in the forthcoming days.
They are now looking for new options in the next transfer window so that they can change their fortunes around for the rest of the campaign.
The Merseysiders are looking to add some fresh legs to their side and are eyeing some of the players from the Championship, with the English midfielder David Brooks right on the top of their list in the present situation. The 20-year-old is presently playing for Sheffield Wednesday and might be open to a move to the top flight, with Everton showing grave interest to bag the player in the future.
Known for his brilliant runs and ability to keep possession of the ball for a significant amount of time, the English youngster can be the player who might help the Toffees turn the table around in the Premier League.
He has the ability to take shots from outside the box and also get goals with close finishes. He can also be dangerous from set piece situations as well as open play, so as to get his team in advantageous position and help them get positive results under the belt.
Sheffield Wednesday might let go of their player if there is an offer from the Toffees, however, there are a number of interests coming in from the other Championship sides as well, who want the talented youngster to be a part of the side.
It is also going to be a very good opportunity for the 20-year-old England Under 21 international in case he gets the opportunity to work with the likes of the man in charge at Goodison Park, Ronald Koeman. The wily Dutchman is known to be a connoisseur of young talent and has turned a number of youngsters into stars under his benevolent tutelage over time. So can David Brooks be his next star?
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