Everton have never been afraid to make a big signing. Head over to their ten most expensive acquisitions and you’ll notice that each one costs over £ 24million.
You’ll also notice that they’ve wasted quite a bit of money as well. Moise Kean, Yannick Bolasie and Alex Iwobi are all on this list, for example.
It’s fair to say that Farhad Moshiri and Marcel Brands haven’t always had the transfer window spot.
Their efforts with Carlo Ancelotti last summer were more promising, however. James Rodriguez was the historic addition but their defense was reinforced enough by the entry of Ben Godfrey.
However, in classic Toffee fashion, it is their attack that they aim to strengthen in a few months.
Philippe Coutinho has been linked with a move to Goodison Park and if he made the change it would be a captivating addition.
Would Aguero be a waste of wages?
After all, he is a man who won the Champions League with Bayern Munich and has regularly rotated defenders across Europe.
Equipped with the ability to create something out of nothing, its shooting and long distance vision is truly captivating.
It would be another historic addition for Everton, as would Sergio Aguero. The Manchester City forward is without a contract this summer and Everton is believed to be one of his suitors.
A move to Merseyside may seem a bit wild to some, but Everton’s advice has shown great ambition in the recent past and imagine the damage Aguero could do alongside Coutinho.
Dubbed ‘unique’ by Pep Guardiola, Aguero possesses a ruthless finishing instinct that, when paired with Coutinho’s creativity, would be tantalizing.
He’s a joy to play with and if Kevin De Bruyne ceases his services, Everton’s creative muses would too.
Speaking a few years ago, the Belgian superstar commented: “He’s obviously one of the best strikers I’ve played with. It is an attacker who is there in front of the goal. When you don’t see him much in a game, he can pop up and score three points. Its record speaks for itself. Everyone knows Sergio.
Aguero has found the net 258 times for the Citizens over the years and is now their all-time leading scorer. The 97-cap Argentine may have injury issues but give him a sight of the goal and the ball may end up in the back of the net.
Combine that ruthless streak with a player of Coutinho’s ability and it could be a curtain for Premier League defenses. After all, when the Brazilian played for Liverpool, he racked up 45 assists in 201 outings.
James is currently Goodison’s creative gem, but the arrival of these two world-class players would give Everton a remarkable chance to finally make it into the top four.
It is enough to make those of Goodison drool with excitement.
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