Fabrizio Romano reveals transfer ‘possibility’ for Everton involving Premier League rivals


Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks could join Everton this summer, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

What has been reported about the future of Winks?

Spurs are said to be open to listening to suitable offers for Wink, and Aston Villa have been linked with a move for the 25-year-old who was limited to just nine Premier League starts last season.

Now it seems that Everton Also showing interest in the England international, Romano providing additional information on Winks’ situation on Thursday.

What’s Romano’s update on Winks?

Speaking on his Twitch channel, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo, Romano hinted that Everton could take a step forward for Winks in the coming days.

Romano said of Winks: “It’s a possibility for Everton, we’ll see in the next few days.”

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How did Winks fare against Everton in 2021?

In February, Tottenham faced Everton in the FA Cup round of 16 at Goodison Park.

Having started the game off the bench, Winks was introduced in the 90th minute with the game delicately balanced at 4-4 heading into extra time. He might have been hoping to have a stabilizing influence in the middle of the park, but Winks put on a shocking 30-minute cameo performance.

According to WhoScored, Winks was dispossessed twice – none of his teammates lost the ball more – he failed to make a successful tackle, and he took a reservation en route to a disappointing match score of 5.94.

Tottenham then lost 5-4 with Winks clearly not having the desired impact in the playoffs.

Would he be a good addition to the Everton team?

In that dismal display on Merseyside earlier this year, Winks appeared to be grappling with a crisis of confidence. This isn’t a major surprise considering he couldn’t get regular playing time last season, but it’s fair to say that his performance that night is unlikely to have convinced the Everton fans that he would be a good signing.

However, we must not forget that Winks played a Champions League final just two years ago and that he has 10 caps to his name for his country. Therefore, he clearly has a lot of talent to play at this level.

The 2020/21 season hasn’t gone as planned for the little midfielder, but if he can put that behind him and regain his confidence ahead of the new season, he could be a solid addition to the squad. Rafael Benitez.

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