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Everton are considering a summer deal for Eddie Nketiah, as a new Arsenal exit update emerges.



Everton are interested in Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah and may attempt to sign him soon, according to Caught Offside.

On Thursday (11 July), the outlet stated on its website that the Toffees, along with Premier League rivals West Ham United, Crystal Palace, and Brentford, are interested in the England international’s signature.

Marseille are also planning an initial offer of around £21 million for the 25-year-old, but the Gunners are believed to value him between €29.5 million and €33.7 million and may hold out for more.

Nketiah is reported to be open to leaving the Emirates in pursuit of a new challenge after falling below Mikel Arteta’s pecking order and making only 10 Premier League appearances last season.

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Everton have already moved rapidly to strengthen their striker options during the summer transfer season, with Iliman Ndiaye moving from Marseille to Goodison Park after being linked with the club for several transfer windows.

However, Sean Dyche may believe that one or two more arrivals are required to finally address the Blues’ striker problem, and Nketiah might be the ideal solution if he can be purchased at the correct price.

While the 25-year-old’s minutes at the Emirates have been limited in the previous year, he has demonstrated throughout his career that he can be a constant supplier of goals if given the opportunity to start games.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s future might make or break this deal. If the Englishman is sold before the window ends, Everton will have funds to spend and will require a new frontman.
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Whether they believe Nketiah has the physical profile to succeed him at the top of the field remains to be seen. In any case, this will be an intriguing link to follow in the following weeks as the season approaches.

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