Everton have been one of the most active Premier League clubs this transfer window and their solid signings boldly reflect that they mean business this time. The likes of Davy Klaassen, Jordan Pickford , Michael Keane and Sandro Ramirez can be valuable additions to any Premier League side and the Toffees must be feeling lucky to have signed this talented bunch of players.
Try visualizing Everton’s first team for next season and you will realise how strong a contender Ronald Koeman’s side can be to get into a Champions League qualification spot.
The sale of Romelu Lukaku to United for a reported fee of around £75 million means there still is decent cash in Everton’s piggy bank and it can be reinvested productively if the board wants.
Having too many promising names may not guarantee success because football is a team game. A degree of cohesion, togetherness and chemistry shall be instilled in the team, and only then can winning become a habit.
In Everton’s quest to finish inside the top 4, the supporters must be hoping that Koeman trains the team well and inculcates the right values.