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Everton: Rafa Benitez wants January additions to squad

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Everton: Rafa Benitez

Everton boss Rafa Benitez revealed that the club needs two or three additions to the squad but admitted they need to be careful in the market. Benitez did not have much money to spend in the summer with the signing of Demarai Gray from Bayer Leverkusen for £1.7m proving to be a masterstroke. Andros Townsend and Salomon Rondon were both signed by the free agency. The club has been hit hard by injuries during the first half of the season with their talisman Dominic Clavert-Lewin having played just three games in the Premier League. 

“We are working hard. We are trying to find some targets to improve the team. Everybody knows how difficult January is.” Everton boss Rafa Benitez said. “Everybody is a little bit worried about Covid, no-one wants to spend too much money. That is complicated. I am quite confident we will do two or three things. We are in contact with clubs but it’s not just me – the board is (also) looking for the right options. Not everybody has a lot of money to spend so we have to be careful when we buy, sell, or loan players.”

“I knew what we were looking for in August, we are working to find the right players for the present and the future. We are trying to be sure we have chances to improve. What can (the fans) expect? Two or three players, and players who want to be here.” he added.

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