May 17, 2024

Everton are believed to be in discussions to sell an “outstanding” current player in the January transfer window, according to a new update.

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It does feel like a given that Onana’s time at Everton is going to come to an end sooner rather than later, with a move to Arsenal understandably appealing to them, given their rise under Mikel Arteta, not to mention their trophy-winning potential.

While the 22-year-old hasn’t always been a nailed-onSean Dyche is expected to bring in some new faces this month, and a host of different players have emerged as options for the Blues. In recent days, both Hannibal Mejbri and Ramon Sosa have been linked with moves to Goodison Park, with the pair currently at Manchester United and Talleres respectively. The former is also wanted by Sevilla, with a loan move in the offing, while the latter is an exciting winger who is yet to test himself in European football.

These aren’t the only players who have been backed to join Everton, however, with Hearts striker Lawrence Shankland seen as a target who could improve the firepower at Dyche’s disposal, topping the Scottish Premiership scoring charts this season. starter this season, he has still started 15 of the Blues’ 20 Premier League games to date, so he will be a loss if he leaves. He has been hailed as “outstanding” by journalist Connor O’Neill in the past, and his dynamism in the middle of the park can give Everton’s attack an added dimension.

On the flip side, there are certain players who could leave the Blues before the end of the month, should they either be looking for a move elsewhere, or not be considered a key player by Dyche.

Everton is discussions to sell Amadou Onana

According to journalist Sacha Tavolieri on X, Everton are in discussions to sell Amadou Onana to Arsenal this month, with the player keen to leave Goodison Park.


“Talks intensive currently ongoing between Everton & Arsenal for Amadou Onana. The Belgian midfielder – who has always put his priority to stay in Premier League – keen on the move. Things could develop quickly. Wait & see!”

It seems certain that Onana’s stay at Everton would end sooner rather than later, and considering their ascent under Mikel Arteta and their potential for trophy wins, a move to Arsenal would certainly appeal to them.

The 22-year-old has started 15 of the Blues’ 20 Premier League games this season, so even though he hasn’t been a lock to start every game, his departure will be felt. Journalist Connor O’Neill has called him “outstanding” in the past, and his energy in the middle of the pitch may bring another level of complexity to Everton’s assault.

possibly if losing Onana could be painful, they would at least be paid a significant amount for his services. If that occurs, it is crucial that those monies be judiciously allocated toward acquiring the ideal substitute or possibly adding a few elite players who can increase the depth of the team.

At a time when they are fighting to stay in the Premier League and prevent relegation to the Championship, failing to do so might severely hurt Everton. However, if they handle their business well, they may end up stronger in the long run—just take a look at how West Ham recovered after selling Declan Rice to Arsenal.

The fact that Onana wants to leave means battling to keep hold of him is pointless – having an unhappy player around helps nobody.



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