Dominic Calvert-Lewin might have seen a resurgence in his role as the first-team striker under Carlo Ancelotti, there is no denying the fact that Everton still need a top-class number 9.
After Cenk Tosun was loaned out to Crystal Palace, fans expect some new arrivals at the front. Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard has emerged as one of the top targets for the Blues and they must act fast to secure the signing of terrific striker for the Bhoys this season.
Celtic initially signed the 21-year-old from Paris Saint-Germain on loan but later made the deal permanent by paying £10 million in 2018.
Having scored 13 goals in 17 league games this term Edouard has emerged as a key player for Celtic this season and has been on the top players in the Scottish Premiership this season
Brendan Rodgers hailed the youngster as a ‘game-changer’ when he signed him for the Bhoys and he is said to be trying to bring him to Leicester City this January with a £30 million bid being lined up.
Everton should not hesitate to pounce on him. He is a young, highly-rated, big-match player, technically gifted and is growing with confidence every season. He can blossom into a top-class player under the guidance of a world-class manager like Ancelotti.