COMMENT By Dominic Toner
Everton should try to sign Stoke attacker Bojan in the January transfer window.
The Sun report that the 26-year-old is unhappy at Stoke and is prepared to move after starting just eight times since agreeing a new deal with the club in February 2016.
It is reported that Bojan is prepared to listen to offers this January to move away from Stoke and the Toffees should try to sign the Premier League ace.
Everton have lost summer signing Yannick Bolasie through injury for the rest of the season and could do with bolstering their attacking options in January.
Ronald Koeman is yet to get the best out of Ross Barkley this season and striker Romelu Lukaku can’t be relied upon for all the goals this term.
Bojan has proven that he can score goals in the Premier League and would be able to slot straight into the Everton team.
The Spaniard is used to the pace of English football and has not been fully exploited during his time at the Britannia, but is regarded as one of the Stoke’s best players by their fans.
He has scored 15 goals in 58 appearances for Stoke and has shown glimpses of his qualities.
The attacking midfielder is best suited to a number 10 position and would bring a lot of pedigree to the Everton team.
Bojan made 164 appearances for Spanish giants Bojan and is the kind of signing that could help Everton challenge for a European spot in the future, something that Koeman was expected to bring following his arrival at Goodison Park.
In other Everton transfer news, the club’s attacker has emerged as a top January target for a La Liga side.