One of Everton’s biggest issues this season has been a lack of firepower from their strikers.
Marco Silva recruited new midfielders, defenders and wingers, but a hitman was not on the list.
The club’s main options are Cenk Tosun, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Oumar Niasse, but none of them have managed to find consistency in front of goal.
For the last few games the manager has fielded Richarlison up front, which suggests that a new forward could be on the wishlist come January.
However, considering that goals are coming from elsewhere on the pitch, would it be best for the Toffees to move for a wide man who can produce goals?
Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha, who has scored three goals and racked up one assist this season, was linked to numerous other Premier League clubs in the summer window, but he ended up signing a new deal at Selhurst Park.
If a transfer were eventually to be agreed, then it is likely that the suitor would have to pay through the nose to secure a deal.
Despite this, would the Ivory Coast international be a better option for Everton than trying to sign a striker?
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