Everton on radar as they look for sharp and perfect alternative to the departed richarlison and have make inquiry about international PL gaint striker.
According to Daily Star columnist Paul Brown, signing Chelsea striker Armando Broja might turn into a financial nightmare for Everton.
Given the interest in signing the 20-year-old this summer, he asserts that the transaction won’t be cheap.
They wouldn’t likely be willing to spend their whole transfer budget on the international player from Albania, according to speculation.
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He stated, “Broja, I think, is an interesting one,” in a statement to Give Me Sport. If Everton were to sign him, he would unquestionably consume the entire signing fee.
“I don’t believe he would be especially inexpensive, and I have my reservations about whether they would risk investing all of their resources on a player that old who has only had one successful season in the Premier League.
We’ll have to wait and see, but until there are additional sales, I don’t think Everton will have a very successful summer.
Little bit harsh
Brown’s analysis of the club’s financial predicament lacks a solid basis, thus we tend to disagree with it.
He is valued at £30 million, and many Premier League clubs are interested in signing him, according to the Daily Mail.
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Given that Richarlison’s sale brought in almost double that amount, that can’t possibly be the total of Everton’s transfer budget.
Although there is money available for spending and it depends on a number different conditions, it is wrong to say that one significant signing will use up all of it.
After James Tarkowski, perhaps the club will continue to pursue Broja and sign him this summer.
The fact that the 20-year-old did not go with his other Chelsea colleagues on their preseason trip may give Everton the opportunity to negotiate terms with him.