🚨EXCLUSIVE : Alan Myers Addresses Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s Potential Transfer


After a quiet day at the office, everything suddenly exploded for Everton.

Their transfer window has been quiet so far, with just one modest signing supporting Kevin Thelwell’s transfer window.

But with news of various targets and potential sales now surfacing, it’s hard to keep up.

In the middle of it all is Alan Myers, who provided an important update on Dominic Calvert-Lewin in particular.

Alan Myers on Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s move to Newcastle United

A Sky Sports reporter briefly turned to X and quickly caught up with the news, like the first domino to fall.

After all, with the news that Calvert-Lewin will no longer be leaving the Toffees for Tyneside, it has in turn ruled out a potential move for Magpies star Yankuba Minteh.

The reporter simply wrote: “I am told that the proposed move to NUFC for Calvert-Lewin has fallen through”.

This obviously sent Evertons into a frenzy, but Myers called for calm, responding to a fan who thought the Minteh deal was dead in the water.

He claimed “I’d take most with a margin atm tbh”.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is set to sign a new contract with Everton

Although Myers offers some hope at the end of his argument, the focus now must be on Calvert-Lewin.

After all, he is an Everton player and it seems likely that he will remain one with Newcastle United without a fight.

So, with just one year left on his contract and with his main exit plan now cancelled, the Toffees must do their best to tie down their star striker to a long-term deal.

The 27-year-old managed just seven Premier League goals last season but remained a key fixture in Sean Dyche’s system.

With a magnetic header and excellent first touch, his attitude holds back anything Everton can do on the break.

It’s important to keep him as long as possible, especially given his precarious contract situation.

Myers has confirmed that the Magpies will not win this transfer battle, just as Manchester United continue to try to sign Jarrad Branthwaite.

It would be so refreshing to see the Toffees shrug off all outside interest, retain the core of their squad and go into the final season at Goodison Park as strong as ever, ready to make history. Calvert-Lewin’s new contract would be a key factor in achieving that.

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