📢REPORT : Sean Dyche May Offer Lifeline to Struggling Everton Player Following Transfer Update


Sean Dyche could trust Beto next season following the announcement that Dominic Calvert-Lewin wants to leave Everton this summer.

Graeme Bailey reported (July 4) that the Englishman has rejected a new contract offer at Goodison Park and wants to join Newcastle United.

The HITC reporter suggested an exit was on the horizon despite the Magpies deciding to pull out of talks with the Toffees last month [Luke Edwards, June 24].

Beto could replace Dominic Calvert-Lewin at Everton

If Calvert-Lewin is to force a move away from Goodison Park this transfer window, a replacement would be needed.

With Everton’s finances very public and uncertain, despite the potential new ownership of Dan Friedkin, they need to be wary of potential transfer fees.

That could mean Dyche will focus on getting the most out of Beta, who was signed from Udinese last summer for just ÂŁ25.75m [ Sky Sports ].

The Portuguese forward has struggled at times in the Premier League, earning him just nine starts and 939 league minutes [Fbref].

In doing so, Beto showed some of his qualities that could prove useful with a year of experience in English football under his belt.

The 26-year-old has excellent defensive front-line ability with 1.32 tackles per 90 last year [Fbref].

Beto also has some positive stats going forward with 1.49 successful clearances, 3.34 shot creation actions and 0.53 xG with no penalties per 90.

Calvert-Lewin has never been successful, so if he does leave, the Portuguese forward could prove to be more than just a potential slip-up next season.

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