Everton are now reportedly growing frustrated in their attempts to sign Leeds United forward Wilfried Gnonto this summer.
Indeed, Leeds United, who were relegated to the Championship last season, appear unwilling to sell their young talent, which may prompt Everton to look elsewhere.
That is according to the Daily Mail, who report that Sean Dyche’ side have been left frustrated by Leeds United’s reluctance to agree a deal for Gnonto.
Everton cannot waste more time only to lose out on Wilfried Gnonto, they must reinforce their attack now
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A deal for Sporting CP starlet Youseff Chermiti looks to be close to completion however, but no doubt Everton fans will remain unconvinced that the deal will go ahead until the Portuguese star is wearing the blue and white jersey.
Indeed, it has been a frustrating summer for the Toffees who have missed out on a number of key targets, with Viktor Gyokeres joining Sporting CP and El Bilal Toure favouring a move to Atalanta rather than Goodison Park.
Strengthening the club’s attacking output has been a priority for the Blues this summer after scoring an abysmal 34 Premier League goals last season, staying in the top-flight by just two points.
Wilfried Gnonto would indeed be a real exciting addition to Sean Dyche’s attack, but you can’t blame Leeds for wanting to retain one of their top talents.
Kamaldeen Sulemana could be a useful alternative, and a loan deal could suit Everton finically as it would allow them to invest elsewhere within the squad.