Everton now in talks to sign Free Agent who can sign after transfer window closure – Deal in Final stages

According to manager Sean Dyche, the Toffees’ lack of business on the final day of the transfer window was not “ideal.” Everton were working on agreements, but Dyche conceded they did not fit the club’s business needs.

Meanwhile, Alex Iwobi was transferred to Fulham for roughly £22 million, Neal Maupay joined Brentford on loan, and Tom Cannon joined Leicester City for around £7.5 million.

As a result, several fans are concerned that Everton’s team may be lacking in depth. The Blues had only seven men on the bench for Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Sheffield United, with two of them being goalkeepers, and have only one point from their first four games.

To be honest, Everton has a long injury list.

Lewis Dobbin and Michael Keane both missed out at Bramall Lane due to knocks, which is unusual at this time of year.It’s unusual for every player to be available for an extended amount of time during a campaign.

Despite the fact that the transfer window has closed, Everton can still sign players. Clubs can still sign free agents to enhance their rosters. With that in mind, here are some candidates for the Toffees.

Lingard, Jesse Lingard
Everton were connected with the attacking midfielder last summer before he joined Nottingham Forest in the summer, where he scored twice in 20 games. Lingard spent the summer training with his former club West Ham.

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