‘Prepared’: Everton are still determined to sign ‘extraordinary’ player Fabrizio Romano

Fabrizio Romano has reported on Twitter that Everton could make another bid for Leeds United winger Wilfried Gnonto.

The Italian journalist has claimed that Everton are ready to make a new offer for Leeds United and Italy international Wilfried Gnonto in the summer transfer window.

According to Romano, the Toffees are “ready to try again in the next few days” to win over the teenager.

Romano added that the 19-year-old winger is determined to leave Leeds and has submitted a written transfer request.

Everton had already turned down an offer of £15m for Gnonto The Daily Mail.

There are speculation that Leeds have rejected an improved £25million offer from Everton for the winger, who has been described as ‘extraordinary’ by Andrea Radrizzani TuttoMercatoWeb March.

Everton were set to replace Leeds United winger Wilfried Gnonto

In our opinion, Everton should be replaced by Leeds United and Italy international Wilfried Gnonto.

We don’t think the Toffees should put more effort into the winger.

Wilfried Gnonto
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Leeds obviously don’t want to sell Gnonto.

And the summer transfer window will close soon.

We don’t think Everton should drag this out any longer.

Additionally, the Toffees have already loaned Jack Harrison from Leeds.

Everton are not required to sign another outside player until the end of the summer transfer window.

Arnaut Danjuma, Harrison, Dwight McNeil, Demarai Gray and Neal Maupay are the main wide options for Everton manager Sean Dyche at the moment.

What Everton need now is a ‘natural striker’ who can compensate for the injury problems Dominic Calvert-Lewin often has.

Yes, Everton have signed Youssef Chermiti but he is only 19 and is not expected to take off at Goodison Park.

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Emma Bowman

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