Everton boss Ronald Koeman is mostly under pressure after selling Romelu Lukaku and not finding a good replacement for him. Now, Koeman wants Andy Carroll back to possibly replace what they have lost last summer.
The West Ham striker is in the top of Koeman’s list and is preparing £20 million just to sign Carroll and finally replace Lukaku.
While Everton was able to get a huge money from Lukaku’s sale but it is evident that the money they got from him was not used wisely as they have not been able to get a proper replacement for the striker.
Now Koeman is under pressure to get a proper replacement for Lukaku on January and Carroll is on the top of his list.
Carroll has only 18 months left on his contract with a £110,000-a-week salary. West Ham may be prepared to move the 28-year-old to Everton if they get the right offer in January.