Everton could remain in the market for a striker at Goodison Park.
It’s no secret that the Toffees need attacking reinforcements during the summer transfer window, with Beto being targeted.
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So far during the summer transfer window, Everton have secured the signings of Ashley Young, Arnaut Danjuma, Youseff Chermiti, and Jack Harrison.
However, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s injury record for the Toffees, there’s no doubt Sean Dyche needs more in attack.
Chermiti is the only natural striker out of Everton’s new additions, but the 19-year-old has very little senior football experience.
The have claimed that Everton remain in the market for another striker after securing the signature of Chermiti earlier this month.
Dyche’s men last at home to Fulham at the weekend, with plenty of missed chances from French striker Neal Maupay costing the Merseyside club.
Calvert-Lewin is yet to return as he edges closer to full fitness, so Everton fans will be hoping they can secure a striker by the time they travel to Aston Villa this weekend.
claimed last week that Everton were in advanced talks to sign Udinese striker Beto, with the report suggesting that the Toffees were hoping to secure his signature for a loan deal with an obligation to buy.
It’s understood that cost in the region of £26m to secure a permanent deal.
What has Brown said about Everton and Beto?
Brown has suggested that he does believe Beto is a player of interest to Everton at the moment.
However, the Toffees are looking at several options, and he doesn’t believe this is a deal that’s advanced as it stands.
Speaking to , he said: “I haven’t seen enough of Beto to know whether he’s the right option for Everton, but I don’t think talks are very advanced there.
“I know there’s an interest but there’s been an interest in several strikers around Europe, so how likely it is for this one to happen, I’m not sure yet. We will have to wait and see.”