The £31k-per-week wide man would offer far more than Gordon currently has done for his boyhood club, as he has scored just seven goals in 75 appearances at Goodison Park.
Bursting onto the scene, he quickly became a favourite as expectations grew. But with just one goal in his last ninePremier League games, he is beginning to cause unrest amongst fans of the Merseyside outfit.
Bringing in Chukwueze would surely freshen up a tired-looking selection of wide men, who combined have only managed eight goals across all competitions.
He ranks in the top 1% for dribbles completed and touches in the attacking penalty area of attacking midfielders and wingers in Europe’s big five leagues, as well as sitting in the top 6% for total shots, via FBref.
At the very least he would provide a dangerous and consistent goal threat, the likes of which have drawn praise from legendary forward and former Everton man Samuel Eto’o.
He said: “He is an incredible player who is growing in leaps and bounds and it’s just a matter of time”.
To swap out Gordon for this unrelenting offensive presence would be a stroke of genius from Moshiri, and could for once represent money well spent.