Premier club now very happy about failed Southampton deal

Che Adams has struggled in the Championship this season, so Everton should be very happy that their attempts to buy him from Southampton were unsuccessful.

Che Adams was the subject of two unsuccessful bids from Everton: one for £12 million and the other for £ 15 million.
The failure to finalize the signing would have likely alarmed supporters when the summer transfer window closed.

Even though they were able to acquire the forward Beto, they would have preferred to have more offensive depth, particularly given Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s history of injuries. Now though, it appears that the team benefited by not being able to sign Adams.

Everton ought to be content that they passed on signing Che Adams.


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When Adams managed to score in his first three Championship games of the season in August, it appeared as though Everton had missed out on a top forward.

Since then, the striker’s campaign, which had once seemed exhilarating, has evolved into one with low expectations.

Since August 19th, Adams has gone eight games without scoring for Southampton or in the Championship.

Forward Calvert-Lewin has managed to score three goals for Everton since the summer transfer window closed, showing signs that he is partly back to his best. The forward will make manager Sean Dyche very happy.
Beto, a summer forward addition who has just one goal, appears to have the potential to become a major issue in the Premier League.

The Toffees will be relieved that they avoided investing between £12 and $15 million on the 27-year-old player, and after winning their most recent game, they will be aiming to gain momentum and move out of the relegation zone.

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