BREAKING NEWS : Agent of £52k-a-week Everton target has now confirmed that ‘he will leave’ this summer


It has already been a busy summer for Everton as he has acted intelligently and quickly to tie up his deal early while avoiding financial constraints.

Everton’s efforts to find gaps in the PSR in particular is what has won praise from the fan base, but the Premier League has been desperate for a solution to fill this gap.

But before that happens, there’s now a suggestion that another smart deal could be struck.

After all, despite their newfound reluctance to sign older, less reliable players, this offer might be too good for Sean Dyche and Kevin Thelwell to turn down.

Everton have made an offer to sign Arthur Melo

Despite Everton already being linked with Arthur Melo this summer, the latest information on his future comes courtesy of Fabrizio Romano and does not specifically link the Toffees with his future.

But as the rumors continue, ears will be pricked when former Barcelona superstar Federico Pastorello’s agent reveals all about his future.

He reportedly claimed: “We are talking to several clubs about Arthur, because he is going to leave Juventus, they are not counting on him.”

Given the caliber of player Melo possesses, a list of suitors is expected, although an ill-fated loan spell at Liverpool, where he simply couldn’t stay fit, probably caused irreparable damage to his stock.

Kevin Thelwell needs to be careful in the transfer market

While the offer seems tempting, trying to lure the Brazilian midfield wizard away from the European giants would be nothing but a recipe for disaster for Everton.

After all, they have chosen a Hollywood name time and time again over a safer and more intelligent alternative, and now their financial situation tells a horrifying tale.

The £52,000-a-week star would almost certainly join a long line of failed signings and just as Thelwell appear to be making big strides towards a newer, more sustainable club without such foolish investments.

That doesn’t mean Melo won’t succeed elsewhere, as he showed his talent last campaign when he was on loan at Fiorentina.

However, this is simply a risk the Toffees can no longer afford, and Thelwell will have to decline.

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