Due to financial limitations imposed by years of mismanagement, Everton’s recent transfers have had to be deliberate and frugal.
Few would have predicted that after Ronald Koeman fully revamped the team with several lucrative signings in the summer of 2017, the club would find itself in a financial hole for the next six years, unable to make any purchases until they were sold.
Because of this, the exits of Anthony Gordon and Richarlison in particular came as a huge blow, as two important players looked for better opportunities away from the toxic environment that surrounded Goodison Park.
“Understand Juventus and Everton are both keeping close eye on Swiss talented striker Winsley Boteli (17),” the Italian writer stated. Scouts are keeping an eye on the striker for Borussia Moenchengladbach, who recently inked a new agency contract with Chris Mandiangu. Right now, he leads the U19 Bundesliga in scoring.
Winsley Boteli is who?
There’s little chance the 17-year-old marksman would break through anytime soon, considering how keen Dyche was to add strikers in the summer.
As Dominic Calvert-Lewin has just resumed his full health, Beto serves as a solid backup, and Youssef Chermiti was even added as a third option.
If Boteli decided to move to England, a loan would undoubtedly be arranged for him, and he would probably start for the U21s.
Romano points out that he is now the top scorer in the U19 Bundesliga, so there is reason to think he may terrorize the youth ranks.
At any level, twelve goals in ten games is impressive, but twelve goals in a game above his age group is even more so. Given that he would score an additional 12 throughout periods from U17s all the way up to U19s, demonstrating his rapid growth, such form is made even more impressive.
For the Swiss U17 international, who might take a chance and become a first-team football player, the possibilities are truly endless.