Everton had a rather rough January behind the scenes with numerous fan protests against Farhad Moshiri, Rafa Benitez getting the sack, Frank Lampard being appointed as his replacement along with seeing many players moving in and out of the club.

Regardless of seeing five new players sign up with the Toffees such as Dele Alli, Donny van de Beek, Anwar El Ghazi, Nathan Patterson and Vitaliy Mykolenko, one player that was connected with a transfer to Goodison Park last month that didn’t wind up joining was Dejan Kulusevski.

The winger did wind up eventually leaving Juventus last month for a relocate to fellow Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur on an 18-month loan deal with a choice to purchase if certain requirements are fulfilled.

Since getting to the north London club, the 21-year-old has made 4 looks in the Premier League for Antonio Conte’s side, scoring one goal and providing one assist, both of which came during their current 3-2 win over Manchester City.

This demonstrates how capable he is of being an attacking hazard in the league, particularly against a top side such as City and why Moshiri might now be having problems over losing out on bringing the winger to Goodison.

In addition to this, the Sweden international’s efficiencies have also highlighted the promise that the child has displayed in the early stages of his Spurs spell, with WhoScored providing him a total rating of 6.65/ 10, which is greater than the likes of Alli and Van de Beek at Everton.

Would you liked to have seen Everton indication Kulusevski?

Yes Vote< div class ="voting-area"data-poll-item-id="51850"data-poll-id= "677813"data-poll-url="https://www.footballfancast.com/snack-poll/would-you-liked-to-have-seen-everton-sign-kulusevski"data-article-url="https://www.footballfancast.com/everton-fc-news/everton-dejan-kulusevski-transfer-farhad-moshiri-premier-league-news-tottenham-hotspur" data-poll-item-nonce ="6064953528"> No Vote Labelled as a”beast”in the past by Italian football professional Nima Tavallaey Roodsari, the ₤ 27m-rated opponent has revealed simply how important he might have been for the Toffees if they managed to protect his signature in January, specifically considering how Lampard’s side have actually scored less objectives than Leeds United, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace up until now this season. Progressing, the Toffees will have to forget about Kulusevski and focus on getting their January recruits and the other players in their squad to start getting some positive and constant results under their belt from now up until completion of the season so they prevent getting relegated. However, given his start in the Premier League, Lampard will surely be gutted at missing out on the Swede. In other news: This Everton starlet

is impressing behind-the-scenes at Finch Farm …

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