Everton transfer news: Arnaut Danjuma agrees to Goodison Park switch
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Everton transfer news: Arnaut Danjuma agrees to Goodison Park switch

Everton are reportedly closing in on the loan signing of Arnaut Danjuma.

According to 90Min, the Netherlands international has agreed to link up with the Toffees.

Danjuma will join Everton on loan with an option to make the move permanent, added the report.

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This will be subject to finalising a medical, which is apparently booked in already.

Great news for Everton if true. The Toffees have struggled this season and are in need of reinforcements.

Goals have been a problem for Everton. They’ve only netted 15 times in this Premier League campaign.

This is the joint-second worst in the top flight, and only Wolves have scored fewer goals (12).

Danjuma is a quality player who has shown his ‘fantastic‘ qualities over the years.

He also has Premier League experience and, due to a change in circumstances at Villarreal, is available.

As Danjuma is likely to arrive at Goodison Park on loan, this means it’s a low risk signing for Everton.

If he doesn’t do well, he can just return to Villarreal.

If he does well and keeps the Blues up, then they could potentially sign him.

‘You need to aim for more’

Danjuma’s career sparked into life in Spain after a difficult time in the Premier League with Bournemouth.

In April, he showed how confident he was, telling The Guardian he believed he was one of the best wingers in the world.

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He said: “If we look at what I’ve done (in the 2021-22) season it’s quite fair and factual to say I’m among the best wingers in the world.

“To be the best you need to aim for more, and there’s so much I still want to achieve.

“I work with the striker coach on a daily basis. He sends me clips of every training session. I look into my movement, the way I run, how I pop the ball off.

“I look into my shape, where I stand in the formation. After the game we go through it and see there’s a lot of stuff I can do better.”

This is just the kind of confidence Everton need to get themselves out of the mess they’re in.

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