Everton finished in a respectable eighth place last season and the challenge for the next campaign will be to push on towards a European place.
The Toffees lost just one of their eight games in 2018/19 and boss Marco Silva will hope to continue such momentum come August.
Silva will probably look to recruit some new player during the transfer window and just this week Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen was linked with Everton, via the Hull Daily Mail.
The 22-year-old could prove a decent piece of business for the Toffees.
His record in the Championship speaks for itself. In a Hull side that struggled for large parts of last season, he smashed 22 goals and registered four assists.
Bowen largely featured on the right-wing, although he can operate on the other flank and behind a striker too.
Theo Walcott is currently one of the wingers in place at Goodison Park and over the years he has enjoyed a solid career.
The 30-year-old could be perfect for Bowen’s career.
Walcott has played 47 games for England and in 321 Premier League appearances he has 73 goals and 54 assists to his name.
That isn’t a bad return and the experience he could pass onto Bowen could prove invaluable towards his future progression.
Both players like to score goals, get at the full-back and create chances for their team-mates. Bowen and Walcott are like peas in a pod on a football pitch and the ex-England man could take the youngster under his wing.