Everton tells Benítez that there will be no major expenses in January

As reported by the English newspaper Daily Mail, the sports department of Everton warned Rafa Benitez that there will not be large investments in the winter transfer market despite the doubts left by the squad in order to remain in the vanguard positions of the Premier League.

The Spanish coach told the board that he needs to incorporate an offensive midfielder and a defensive midfielder to be able to have a more contrasted squad in the face of all the injuries that the team is suffering at this start of the season.

Complicated situation for Rafa Benítez

Rafa Benítez requested the signings of Isco Alarcón (Real Madrid) or Donny Van de Beek (Manchester United) for the midfielder area, taking advantage of their complicated situation in their respective clubs. Both do not play and would be willing to change of scene to return to have continuity.

On the other hand, in the flyers area he was asking for the incorporation of Idrissu Baba from Mallorca, who seems more complicated because he is being an important piece in the team recently promoted to La Liga. The only option that the Toffee set has is to get a loan from any of the aforementioned players, without offering high spending on the premium.

Everton is 11th in the table with 14 points from 10 games played, losing many games due to a lack of game control and aim at crucial moments. The losses of Doucouré and Calvert-Lewin have meant a very strong blow to the Spanish coach’s game system.

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