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Everton Nearing Agreement to Acquire Udinese Forward Beto for a Potential £30m

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Everton Beto Transfer

In last season’s run, Portuguese forward Beto netted 10 goals while playing for Udinese.

Talks are heating up between Everton and Udinese, as the two clubs are getting closer to finalizing a deal that could see Beto transferring for an amount that could reach £30 million.

Mired at the bottom of the Premier League after a trio of losses and not a single goal to their name, Everton is in urgent need of bolstering their attack.

Standing at a towering 6 feet 4 inches, Beto, who found the back of the net 10 times last season, would certainly offer a much-needed upgrade to Everton’s underperforming frontline.

Should the deal come through, the 25-year-old Portuguese striker will mark Everton’s fifth acquisition of the summer.

Sean Dyche, the man calling the shots for Everton, has already onboarded Beto’s fellow countryman Youssef Chermiti from Sporting Lisbon for £15 million. Chermiti, a teenager, had his inaugural game during Everton’s unfortunate 1-0 loss to Wolves this past Saturday.

Last season, Everton narrowly dodged relegation on the campaign’s final day and has commenced this season in a dismal fashion. The club has failed to secure a single point in their first three games for the first time in over three decades. Additionally, this is the first time they’ve kicked off a season without a goal in the history of the club.

In the aftermath of the loss to Wolves, Manager Sean Dyche opened up: “You might wonder why we haven’t signed two strikers yet. It’s not like we have an endless supply of gold here. We are navigating the intricacies of deal-making.”

He added, “We might be getting close on a few fronts, but until the ink is dry on the contract, it’s all speculative.”

So, there you have it, Everton fans. While the club may not have “pots of gold,” it’s definitely not twiddling its thumbs. Deals are in the works, and the future could hold some much-needed excitement—and goals.

For all things Everton, stay tuned for the latest news, in-depth analyses, and fan perspectives. Don’t miss a beat, and make sure you’re always in the loop.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Everton Beto Transfer

What is the potential transfer fee for Beto to move to Everton?

The potential transfer fee for Beto’s move from Udinese to Everton is reported to be up to £30 million.

Who is Beto?

Beto is a 25-year-old Portuguese striker who played for Udinese last season. He scored 10 goals and stands at 6 feet 4 inches.

How has Everton been performing in the current Premier League season?

Everton has had a poor start to the current Premier League season, losing their first three games and failing to score a single goal. They are currently at the bottom of the league table.

How many signings has Everton made this summer?

If the deal with Beto goes through, he will become Everton’s fifth signing of the summer.

Who else has Everton signed recently?

Everton’s manager Sean Dyche has recently signed Youssef Chermiti, a teenage striker from Sporting Lisbon, for £15 million.

What did Sean Dyche say about Everton’s transfer activities?

Sean Dyche mentioned that the club doesn’t have “pots of gold” but is working on constructing deals. He indicated that while they may be getting closer to more signings, nothing is confirmed until contracts are signed.

Is this the first time Everton has had such a poor start to a season?

No, this is the first time in 33 years that Everton has failed to secure a point in their first three matches. It’s also the first time in the club’s history that they have started a season without scoring a goal.

How can I stay updated on Everton news?

For the latest news, analysis, and fan views on Everton, stay tuned to reliable sports news outlets and websites specializing in football coverage.

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FootieFan21 August 27, 2023 - 11:50 pm

Woah, 30 mill for Beto? i hope he’s the magic bullet we need upfront. But honestly, anything’s better than the start we’ve had. Go Toffees!

BudgetBob August 28, 2023 - 6:33 am

Dyche says no pots of gold but 30m and 15m for Chermiti? Seems like someone found a leprechaun. Where’s the defense tho?

EvertonEddie August 28, 2023 - 12:44 pm

Last chance for Dyche I reckon. If Beto doesn’t perform, we might be seeing a new manager soon and hopefully not another relegation scare.

StatsGuru August 28, 2023 - 1:13 pm

10 goals last season in Serie A is decent, but can he carry that form into the premier league? Intrigued but cautious.

TrueBlue89 August 28, 2023 - 1:40 pm

we seriously need goals, so i’ll back any striker we get at this point. Chermiti and Beto could be the dream team we’re waitin for.

PortuGeek August 28, 2023 - 4:07 pm

Beto’s got talent, watched him in Serie A. But the premier league is a different beast. Fingers crossed he adapts quick.

SkepticalSally August 28, 2023 - 8:20 pm

30m? With our track record, it could be another waste. Still not over the whole Kean saga tbh. Dyche better make this count.


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