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'Everton are optimistic': Fabrizio Romano has exciting triple transfer update for Toffees fans this morning
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'Everton are optimistic': Fabrizio Romano has exciting triple transfer update for Toffees fans this morning

Journalist Fabrizio Romano has provided an exciting triple transfer update on potential incomings at Everton.

In an update on Twitter, Romano said that both Wolves captain Conor Coady and exciting midfielder Amadou Onana are set to join the club this week.

In addition to Coady and Onana, Romano claims that talks are at the final stages with PSG midfielder Idrissa Gana Gueye too.

This is fantastic news for Everton fans, who saw their side fall to a 1-0 home defeat against Chelsea on the opening day of the season.

The news of Coady’s arrival, who Romano has said is at the ‘top of Lampard’s list’ couldn’t happen at a better time.

Lampard set his Everton side up to play as a back-five, a formation that Coady has excelled in during his time at Wolves.

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However, Lampard lost defender Ben Godfrey to an awful injury in the first half that saw him stretchered off after 15 minutes.

Colombian defender Yerry Mina, who could be sold this summer, was also forced off with an ankle injury.

Romano offers Everton triple transfer update

Everton fans will be encouraged by Romano’s update, as West Ham have shown a late interest in signing Coady.

A natural leader on and off the pitch, Lampard will be hoping Coady can make an instant impact at Everton, with the club looking to avoid another relegation scrap.

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Lampard started Abdoulaye Doucoure and Alex Iwobi in midfield, with the latter playing in an unfamiliar central midfield role for only the third time in the Premier League.

Although Iwobi didn’t have a bad game in the centre of the park, Onana and Gueye will give Lampard a more natural option in midfield.

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French journalist Julien Laurens has sung the praises of Onana ahead of his upcoming move to Goodison Park, comparing him to Paul Pogba.

Idrissa Gueye will be fondly remembered at Goodison Park for his three-year stint on Merseyside before joining PSG in 2019.

The added Champions League and league winning experience he’s picked up in that time will benefit Lampard’s side, and although he’s now 32, he’s still capable of producing match winning performances from midfield.

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