Everton should consider making a move for out-of-favour Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke.
An area of the pitch that has proven to be a slight problem for manager Marco Silva is up front.
The club’s strikers have failed to make much of an impact, with Cenk Tosun, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Oumar Niasse struggling for consistency.
Recently, Silva tried to solve the problem by moving winger Richarlison to the front of the pack and at the moment, the team are on a decent run.
After losing 2-1 to Manchester United, the team picked up a 3-1 triumph over Brighton and restricted Chelsea to a goalless draw last weekend.
Everton could still be boosted by the arrival of an attacking player, and amid reports from The Sun that Liverpool are willing to send Solanke on loan, perhaps the Toffees should keep tabs on the situation.
Making a move for a Liverpool player is not a thought that would cross many Everton fans’ minds.
However, signing Solanke on a temporary basis could be very beneficial for the Merseyside outfit.
Financially, it would not present a big risk given that he would be at Goodison Park on a temporary basis.
In addition, due to the lack of minutes that has been on offer at Anfield, Solanke will be keen to prove his quality.
In order for a deal to go ahead Everton would likely have to guarantee regular football, which could be an issue, but it should not stop the Toffees from enquiring.
The 21-year-old is yet to make a competitive appearance for the Reds this season.