lampard isn’t joking with the transfer market as he and the club have moved on over Richarlison move to Tottenham early this week and plot to bring in huge striker from rivals as replacement.
Emmanuel Dennis of Watford is one of Everton’s top targets as they search for a Richarlison replacement.
Tottenham’s £60 million offer convinced the Toffees to sell Richarlison, which helps Everton’s financial problems.
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However, the club is aware that they must find a replacement for the Brazilian forward, and they are presently compiling a list of potential candidates.
Dennis, a striker for Watford, is one of those being thought about, and the Hornets may be persuaded to sell if a bid around £20 million is made.
Only after Watford paid Club Brugge a price of just £3 million did Dennis relocate to Vicarage Road last summer.
In his debut season in England, Dennis played 35 times for the Hornets across all competitions, scoring 10 goals and providing six assists.
Following Watford’s relegation from the Premier League, Villarreal of La Liga scouted the Nigerian player, who may now be available for a £20 million bid.
Similar to the Brazilian international whose goal output the 24-year-old is intended to replace, the flexible forward can play everywhere throughout the attacking line.
He is on a list of prospective Richarlison replacements Everton is compiling after selling the player to Tottenham for a possible £60 million deal.
Everton are seeking for another source of goals, and Dennis scored the same amount of Premier League goals as Richarlison did before the Brazilian’s transfer, despite the Toffees’ reluctance.
Whoever else is included on the list, in addition to Dennis, is yet unknown, however Jesse Lingard has been associated with Everton.
Everton was involved in a relegation struggle during the conclusion of the previous season, finishing in 16th position in the Premier League standings.
In Frank Lampard’s first season as manager, the Toffees seek to improve on that and hope to locate Richarlison’s replacement as soon as possible.
Villarreal, who have scouted him, were drawn to that, but now Everton are also interested in signing the Nigerian.