BREAKING NEWS: Everton Sean Dyche has made urgent demands of three January signings to save Everton season with priorities revealed

According to a source, Everton have three remaining priority that they want to address during the January transfer window.

Everton signed five new players during the summer transfer window, but they have won only one of their first six Premier League games this season. At this early point of the season, there are five teams worse off than them, but they will be looking over their shoulders if their own form continues.

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Everton may want to invest in their team this winter in order to give themselves the best chance of retaining their Premier League status. Sean Dyche was unable to add any reinforcements to the squad he had just inherited last January because time was not on his side.

However, they may soon have new investors on board, which may impact their chances of bolstering their team at the next opportunity. With that in mind, Dyche will remind his supervisors of three roles for which he still requires additional personnel.

Everton could look at targets at right-back, left-back, and on the flank, according to Football Insider.

They did sign Jack Harrison and Arnaut Danjuma on loan from Leeds United and Villarreal, respectively, in the summer. They did, however, come before Alex Iwobi was transferred to Fulham and Demarai Gray to Al-Ettifaq, implying that additional replacements may be required.

Meanwhile, a full-back acquisition would relieve pressure on another recent recruit, veteran Ashley Young, who has been given a lot of game time for a player his age so far.

Everton is waiting for particular targets to be finalized.

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There are no precise benchmarks specified in the report for any of the three roles Everton wants to strengthen. That makes sense given that it is far closer to the end of the summer transfer window than the start of the January one.

Dyche will simply identify the deficiencies in his team at this point before narrowing down who could fill them closer to the time Everton will be free to act.

TEAMtalk recently revealed that Shakhtar Donetsk defender Mykola Matviyenko, who can play everywhere across the backline, is back on Everton’s radar. However, four other Premier League clubs are also interested in signing him.

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