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Everton and Arsenal among Premier League clubs chasing 10-goal Bundesliga player

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Everton and Arsenal among Premier League clubs chasing 10-goal Bundesliga player

Benito Raman is on 10 goals for the season in the Bundesliga and Premier League clubs are courting his progress.

No fewer than four Premier League clubs are keeping a close eye on Fortuna Dusseldorf striker Benito Raman. Everton, West Ham United, Burnley and Arsenal are all keen, according to The Express.

The 24-year-old has caught the eye of Premier League clubs who are keen to land the former Belgium Under-21 international.

Raman’s current club are cash-strapped and The Express believes that they will offload their £15m-rated striker this summer.

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If they can get their full valuation for the man with 10 goals this season, it would represent a massive profit. The Bundesliga outfit signed Raman for just £1 million from Standard Liege last summer

Everton, Arsenal and West Ham are all keen to land the forward and given their status they would probably hold an advantage over Burnley.


TBR Verdict

Whoever does land Raman will get themselves a goalscorer with a decent pedigree and for a good price.

Whilst he isn’t a proven Premier League player, his performances at Dusseldorf suggest he has the qualities to make the grade.

Everton is perhaps the most interesting proposition given that Marco Silva is desperately short of a proven centre-forward.

(Photo by Boris Streubel/Bongarts/Getty Images)

There is a reason to suggest that he would play more football at Goodison Park, whilst a move to West Ham or Burnley would allow him to do the same.

Arsenal are clearly the biggest of the linked clubs but there is an argument to suggest that his playing chances will be restricted at the Emirates Stadium.

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