📢JUST IN : Everton has struck gold with a key player whose current market value now exceeds that of notable names like Gnonto


Given Everton’s current financial difficulties, it is vital that all signings are reasonably good value for money to avoid further financial problems.

The Toffees suffered an eight-point aggregate deduction last season after breaching PSR Premier League rules, but Sean Dyche’s side managed to secure top-flight status despite those setbacks.

Despite the financial problems plaguing the club, Dyche is desperate to improve his squad while also looking to retain key talents such as Amadou Onana and Jarrad Branthwaite.

However, their potential departures could allow for further investment in the squad, allowing Everton to secure a mid-table finish in the Premier League next season.

Rumors of potential arrivals have surfaced in recent weeks, including a number of players who would undoubtedly strengthen the Toffees squad.

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Following the arrivals of Tim Iroegbunam, Jack Harrison and Iliman Ndiaye, more arrivals are expected at Goodison Park in the off-season.

Harrison, who joined the Toffees on loan from Leeds United, could be joined by one of his teammates, with the club having winger Wilfried Gnont on Dyche’s radar.

The Italian enjoyed a successful campaign in the Championship last season, scoring eight goals and providing two assists, and Football Insider claim that Everton could make a move for the 20-year-old this summer.

Former Liverpool loanee Arthur Melo could also join Gnont at Goodison this season, with Sport Witness confirming they are battling Newcastle United for the Brazilian’s signature ahead of the new campaign.

The 27-year-old played 33 games on loan at Fiorentina last season but could return to England, with his parent club Juventus confirming he has no future at the club under new boss Thiago Motta.

But despite interest in the pair, both are rated lower than Everton’s current talent, who have shone since moving to the club in 2022.

Vitaliy Mykolenko market value in 2024

Full-back Vitaliy Mykolenko joins the Toffees for £17million in the January 2022 transfer window, replacing Lucas Digne, who left the club for Aston Villa the same month.

He shone on Merseyside, making 86 appearances for the club and scoring three goals. Its market value has grown significantly since then.

Dubbed “amazing” by former boss Frank Lampard, the Ukrainian is now valued at £27.7m by Football Transfers, a higher value than the two rumored new signings – an example of Mykolenko’s excellent form under Dyche.

Gnonto is currently valued at £18.5m, while Brazilian midfielder Arthur can only boast a value of £10.7m despite joining Juventus for £72m less than four years ago.

Although he missed the end of the campaign with an ankle injury, next season is a great opportunity for the left-back to build on his form from last season in 2023/24.
It is also an example of the brilliant recruitment carried out by the Everton hierarchy in recent years, with the board having to follow suit in the current transfer window.

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