Breaking news: Everton in advance to sign Menace in January transfer

Under Sean Dyche, Everton has at last turned the corner to move out of the relegation zone and toward comfortable mid-table fare.

The Toffees have had a fantastic run on the field over the past month or so. They have advanced in the Carabao Cup against Burnley and have only lost one in their last five Premier League games, which occurred at Anfield in the Merseyside derby against Liverpool, when they probably should have drawn.

Even though there is still a chance for Everton to lose points, their present performance might be what maintains them in the lead at the end of the season.

Should they escape more sanctions and a possible deduction as well, the Toffees may be able to sign one particular Serie A target during the January transfer window.

Everton did well to bring in a number of players for Dyche throughout the summer, especially considering their financial struggles.

The likes of Ashley Young, Beto, Arnaut Danjuma, and Jack Harrison—all of whom have contributed this season—were welcomed by the former Burnley manager.

We might still see additional arrivals at Goodison Park if 777 Partners successfully acquires the team, possibly even a deal from Serie A.

Given their financial difficulties, Everton did well to add a handful of players for Dyche throughout the summer.

The former Burnley manager welcomed back players who have contributed this season, including Ashley Young, Beto, Arnaut Danjuma, and Jack Harrison.

If 777 Partners is able to acquire the team, there may be more arrivals at Goodison Park—possibly even through a trade with Serie A.

The Englishman, who is only 20 years old, appears to have a significant choice to make in January.

At this point, minutes played on the field should be the deciding factor for him because he didn’t get enough playing time at Juventus, and Everton might provide that over teams like Spurs and Aston Villa.

“Menace” Iling-Junior might provide Everton with an unexpected boost.
Dyche may receive an unexpected boost if Everton can persuade Iling-Junior to pick them over other Premier League teams.

Even though the winger is still young, his ability is evident from the fact that the Chelsea academy product was able to sign a contract with Juventus in the first place. The stats of Iling-Junior in comparison to Everton’s


It’s evident from those numbers that Iling-Junior would likewise gain nothing from having additional playing time.

In the little time he has spent on the field for Juventus this year, he has already put up strong figures.

Now, those stats would only rise to make him one of Dyche’s better offensive alternatives if he was given regular starts for a team like Everton.

While in Italy, Iling-Junior has received recognition on occasion. One such praiser is U23 scout and journalist Antonio Mango, who wrote on X, saying:

“Was handed a surprise start at the weekend, away to a touch Atalanta team.” He was the game’s first goal scorer and a continual threat.

High volume of work, high enthusiasm, and dreamy ball abilities. Undoubtedly worth observing.”

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