Everton: Tony Scott backs deal for Premier League proven winger

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While speaking on the All Together Now podcast, Tony Scott has urged Everton to sign Adama Traore for a bargain price.

It seems like Everton are looking to raid a fellow Premier League club by launching a £25 million bid for Gibbs-White after his stunning season out in the Championship, as well as being tipped to make a cut-price move for Traore.

Everton have already seen a bid get rejected for the former, however, the latter could be more attainable given he is in the last 12 months of his contract with Wolves and is said to be available for just £10 million.

Scott believes that getting Traore for just £10 million would be an astute piece of business.

He said: “Players like Adama Traore coming off the bench as a secret weapon, for £10m, I think it’s an absolute snip, in my opinion.

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“He can flick a switch, he can literally change a game at the drop of a hat, and players like that are few and far between, so I would welcome that signing and hopefully Frank Lampard can give you that end product that you desperately need in the Premier League.”

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The issue with Traore has all too often been his end product having made 160 appearances in the Premier League, Traore has only managed to register eight goals and 16 assists, which isn’t a great advert for someone that’s an attacking winger.

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However, given his explosive pace and the fact that there is talent in there somewhere, otherwise, well-respected and thought of Premier League manager Jurgen Klopp wouldn’t have labelled him as ‘undefendable’ in the past, £10 million could well be a smart and financially sound deal for the Toffees.

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  • JOHN A DAVIES says:

    Sign him, please sign him Everton chances are he’ll hopefully help get you relegated.

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