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Everton ready to seal two new attacker transfers in Alan Myers’ update.



Alan Myers believes Everton will acquire two new wingers this summer following the departure of Lewis Dobbin to Aston Villa.

The Sky Sports news editor provided an update on X after Jack Harrison and Tim Iroegbunam’s arrivals had already been confirmed.

Several players have been linked with moves this summer, with Marseille attacker Iliman Ndiaye expected to sign next with a fee and contract agreed [Fabrizio Romano].

Everton are poised to sign off on a double new transfer.
Bringing Harrison back to Goodison Park for next season marks an early bit of good business for Sean Dyche’s side, particularly given how crucial the Leeds loanee was at times last season.

The 27-year-old’s four goals and three assists in 35 games suggest he may be among the first names on the team sheet, but he is still not a regular Everton player.

Dwight McNeil is the club’s only out-and-out offensive wide option on contract, therefore seeking further options in this area of the pitch should remain a top priority this summer [HITC, 19 June].

Newcastle’s 19-year-old flyer Yankuba Minteh had been heavily connected and was interested in a move, but that move now appears improbable after the Magpies dropped out of the running to sign Dominic Calvert-Lewin [Fabrizio Romano, 24 June].

Regardless of who comes and goes, the Toffees are expected to field a completely different assault next season, although it is unclear who will line up on the flanks in the final campaign at Goodison Park.

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