🚨JUST IN : As the summer transfer window approaches, all eyes will be on the 26yrs and whether he will continue to don the blue jersey or seek a new challenge elsewhere


Everton FC is bracing itself for a potentially tumultuous summer transfer window, with several key players expected to depart due to the club’s financial constraints.

While fans may be anxious about the prospect of losing talented players like Jarrad Branthwaite and Amadou Onana, there is one player whose exit would be particularly difficult to swallow: Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Fortunately, respected Everton journalist Alan Myers has provided an update on Calvert-Lewin’s future, stating that he is unlikely to leave the club at this time.

Myers, who has built a reputation for reliability and insight, responded to a fan question on social media by saying he had not heard anything about potential bids for the striker.

Calvert-Lewin is a vital component of Everton’s attack, offering a unique combination of physicality, speed, and skill.

Unlike other strikers, he is not only adept at winning headers and flick-ons but also possesses blistering pace and a fine first touch. Moreover, he has shown the ability to run with the ball and create chances for himself and others.

Retaining Calvert-Lewin would be a significant coup for Everton’s Director of Football, Kevin Thelwell, and potentially even convincing him to sign a new contract. Losing him would leave a gaping void in the team, and fans are holding their breath hoping that he will remain at Goodison Park.

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