Everton could be offered Winks & Moura


Everton are looking for ways to improve their squad during the transfer window and following the reports that Richarlison could leave this summer, the club could now make two new signings to replace the Brazilian.

What’s the latest?

According to The Telegraph reporter Matt Law, Tottenham Hotspur are now preparing to offer both Lucas Moura and Harry Winks as part of their deal to sign Richarlison this summer.

As per the report, Everton value the forward at £50m and states that the Merseyside club plan to sign as many as five players during the transfer window with Billy Gilmour, James Tarkowski and Conor Gallagher all named as targets.

At present, Winks is valued at £15.3m while his teammate is rated at £18m.

Lampard will be excited

There is no doubt that potentially losing Richarlison would be a huge blow for Everton but Frank Lampard will surely be excited that he may get two fresh signings to offer a replacement for the 24-year-old.

Moura has been a reliable forward for Spurs scoring 38 goals and scoring 27 assists in 201 appearances since he joined in 2018, and this season has proven to be consistent when called upon.

In 34 Premier League appearances the 29-year-old has scored two goals, delivered six assists and created 11 big chances, making one key pass and taking 1.1 shots on average per game, winning the majority of his duels combined (53%) and successful in completing the majority of his dribbles (61%) too.


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If Lampard could build a partnership between Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Moura it could be really valuable to Everton next season should they lose Richarlison ahead of the new Premier League campaign.

Winks on the other hand could add some depth to the midfield which could again be highly valuable to the squad next season as Fabian Delph has been released and it is reported that Allan could be also on the move away from Goodison Park too.

Should Everton sign Lucas Moura?

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The 26-year-old midfielder was already being considered by Everton before the report from Law that Tottenham would offer the player in a deal for their current player, so Lampard would likely be thrilled to have him at the club.

Ultimately, there is a lot to be considered for the powers at the club as losing Richarlison attacking output could be costly for Everton if they don’t acquire players who can step up and make an instant impact next season.

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