Everton plan to complete three attacking transfers this summer.

That’s according to Sky Sports journalist Alan Myers, who has reported that the Toffees are aiming to sign all three of Anthony Elanga, Wilfried Gnonto and Arnaut Danjuma.

Everton have long been interested in Elanga, with Sean Dyche’s side seeing a loan bid for the winger knocked back during the January transfer window.

Fabrizio Romano has revealed that the Merseyside club are once again in talks with Manchester United over a deal for Elanga, who could be available for as little as £10 million if they opt to pursue a permanent deal.

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Meanwhile, Everton have remained linked with a move for Gnonto in recent weeks, with the Italian open to a return to the Premier League following Leeds United’s relegation.

Sport Italia recently reported that Dyche’s side had agreed a £18.8 million fee with the Whites, however their pursuit seems to have quietened down over the last few days.

Rumours surrounding Arnaut Danjuma have ramped up this week – six months after Tottenham Hotspur hijacked his move to Goodison Park at the last minute.

The Dutchman is said to be open to moving to Merseyside after returning to Villarreal this summer. The Spanish club could look to offload him on loan again, with a third switch to the English top flight on the cards.

While it was expected that Everton would have only actually signed one or two of the players, it now looks like they want to bring in all three.

Everton fans would be very happy with three very promising transfers

Everton fans have reacted very positively to links with Wilfried Gnonto, Anthony Elanga and Arnaut Danjuma.

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The trio are exactly what the Toffees need to bolster their lacklustre attack and they could even be available for less than £30 million.

It still seems far-fetched to believe the club could land all three. Even if they want to, they will face stiff competition for their signatures and their financial situation will undoubtedly get in the way.

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