Everton: Greg O’Keeffe slams idea of selling Dominic Calvert-Lewin

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Greg O’Keeffe has been speaking on the latest All Together Now episode about how Everton shouldn’t be thinking about selling Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

While many may look at the league table and results and be confused as to what has happened to Everton this season – possibly even questioning whether or not Rafael Benitez has done a good job or not – if any side had missed their main striker, who netted 16 league goals last campaign like Everton have, they would too be struggling – just look at Leeds United.

Is Calvert-Lewin worth £60 million?





Calvert-Lewin has only played three games this season, but appeared to be on course for another great campaign having netted three times in those appearances. However, injuries have kept him on the sidelines, although he is reportedly edging closer to a return as we head into the new year.

Despite being injured for the majority of the season, that has not stopped The Times from claiming that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be looking to move for the England international in the summer.

O’Keeffe has told Everton to not even think about selling Calvert-Lewin.

“[Selling] Calvert-Lewin, nope, wouldn’t entertain that for a second.

“I don’t think there’s any rational argument for selling Calvert-Lewin in January.”

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If Everton were to even think about cashing in on Calvert-Lewin to make a profit on the £1.6 million they paid Sheffield United in 2016, they would arguably be making a huge mistake, as he’s become their most consistent scorer and is now an England international, so it would make sense for his career to continue this great trajectory.

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It has been reported by the Daily Mail that Everton will demand at least £60 million for the striker, and the Toffees are well within their rights to demand that much when you look at how much other England internationals such as Harry Maguire and Jadon Sancho have cost in the past, coupled with the fact that Calvert-Lewin has a contract until 2025, so his valuation will surely not be depreciating anytime soon.

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