Sturaro: third summer signing for Everton?
With the signing of Pickford and Klassen done, Everton are swaping another move for their third summer signing. Ronald Koeman’s side are looking to capitulate Juventus’s forward Stefano Sturaro. The club have recently took up the interest on him and Seniours have had hold talks with the Italian champions Juventus, the report says.
Though, it is officially not clear whether Sturaro is up for sell for not, it is obivious that he will be guaranteed first team chance at the Goodinson Park.
Coming to Juve in 2014, Sturaro is a key member in the squad under boss Maxiliminiano Allegri but has not featured in as many games as he desired. With Gonzalo Higuain at the top doing much of the appearances for Old Lady, it is quite certain that he wants to leave.
Everton are on the rope to balance to save Lukaku flying back to Stamford Bridge and in such situation Sturaro could prove a vital addition if the deal is confirmed.
His efficiency to drop back and help on the flow of the game and then creating the required consistency in his orginal role has made him a dangerous player in the opposition half. By such dilemma, he can bring out the best in him by playing English football.
But uncertainty of his move has created a rift. However, it will be great for him to take this move then to see the game from the bench at Turin.