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Report: Everton will have to ‘fight’ to hold onto £60m star alongside Onana & Branthwaite.

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As reported, Everton will have to “fight” alongside Onana and Branthwaite to retain the £60 million sensation.The financial impropriety committed by Everton has arguably been one of the most extensively documented events of the past year, considering the absurdity of the outcome.

 

It was shocking to see a footballing titan and one of the founders of English top-flight football deducted ten points, particularly considering the severity of the penalty in comparison to the actual offense.Due to the fact that a £19 million overspending incident outside the profit and sustainability regulations of the Premier League represents a minor grievance for the severe verdict, protests are warranted.

LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 29: Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton celebrates after the team’s victory in the Premier League match between West Ham United and Everton FC at London Stadium on October 29, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Nevertheless, there are now circulating reports that suggest a multitude of rivals may be poised to exploit the turmoil encircling Goodison Park in order to entice away key personnel who are arguably too talented to remain committed to a relegation-threatened side.

 

An illustration of this is Dominic Calvert-Lewin, whom TEAMtalk has presently identified as a prospective acquisition for Newcastle United.

 

Considering their previous acquisition of Anthony Gordon from the Toffees in January and their expressed interest in Jarrad Branthwaite and Amadou Onana, it appears that the Magpies have developed a fondness for the Merseyside club.

 

However, the £60 million valuation placed on the 26-year-old just last year may deter them, as Everton intend to “fight to retain the player.” What is Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s caliber?

To describe Calvert-Lewin’s contributions to his club would be to emphasize their difficulties in his absence.

 

After all, it ought not to be a revelation that they came perilously close to relegation in the two seasons during which the Englishman was perpetually sidelined by injuries.

 

Over the preceding years, he had been steadily maturing into a Premier League striker of the highest caliber, as evidenced by two consecutive seasons of outstanding play.After accumulating 15 goals in the 2019/20 campaign, he would solidify his position atop the table with an additional 26 goals contributed across all competitions the following season.

 

In the years that followed, however, catastrophe struck in the form of a series of misfortunes that were grossly mismanaged by the various superiors. Efforts to expedite the return of the star striker only served to prolong his recovery.

 

Since Sean Dyche implemented a calculated strategy, he has been granted permission to return in earnest. Everton had advanced to fourteenth place, eight points above the relegation zone, prior to their ten-point deduction on Friday.Calvert-Lewin is indispensable to the Toffees’ success; therefore, losing him would be a catastrophic loss, regardless of the charge collected.

 

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