🚨🧿Everton Secures Ideal Signing Following Thelwell Meeting – Wynes


Keith Wyness, Everton’s former chief, has hailed Sean Dyche as the “perfect manager” for new signing Iliman Ndiaye, the Marseille forward poised to join the Toffees in a £20million deal.

In an exclusive interview on Football Insider’s Inside Track podcast, Wyness lauded Ndiaye’s potential and predicted he would thrive under Dyche’s guidance.

Wyness, who served as CEO at Goodison Park from 2004 to 2009, highlighted Ndiaye’s impressive performances at Sheffield United, where he showcased his skills in a different context.

He believes Ndiaye will excel in the number ten role, alongside Doucoure, and praised his work ethic, which aligns perfectly with Dyche’s managerial philosophy.

As Everton prepares for a new era under prospective owner Dan Friedkin, Wyness suggested that Ndiaye’s signing may be the first of several “major moves” aimed at bolstering the squad.

He hinted that Friedkin and his son may have already met with transfer chief Kevin Thelwell to identify key positions to strengthen, ensuring a competitive squad that meets Dyche’s approval.

Wyness’s endorsement of Ndiaye and Dyche’s partnership echoes the excitement building around Everton’s new era. With Ndiaye’s medical already completed, the stage is set for a promising transfer window, and Wyness’s insight offers a tantalizing glimpse into the Toffees’ plans for the summer.

As the transfer window unfolds, Everton fans can eagerly anticipate the impact of Ndiaye and potentially more new signings under Dyche’s guidance.

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