Everton plans signing Wout Weghorst
Everton plans signing Wout Weghorst the man united player on loan by June summer transfers. He was signed by the club on Loan in January from Burnley.
But with the club not interested in making his deal permanent for next season, the Toffees are now showing an interest in purchasing the striker who is contracted to Burnley for another 12 months. Sam Allardyce was was eager to carry on the leads as General manager or director of football, despite failing to keen the club up.
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It is reported that Everton could make a move for Weghorst’s signature as they too attempt to add to their attacking options after they narrowly stayed up. The Toffees endured their own frustrations in front of goal throughout the 2022/23 campaign. As Everton had their tie with Leicester city with 2-2 in the premier league match, they were able to hold them off with Leicester.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored just two Premier League goals all season as he battled against persistent injury issues. Should they firm up their interest in Weghorst, Everton will have to open talks with Burnley.
Wout Weghorst career over his journey
Weghorst joined the Red Devils in January, leaving his season-long loan spell at Turkish club Besiktas to seal the temporary Old Trafford switch.
But the 30-year-old Dutchman struggled to get in amongst the goals at Man United, scoring just twice in 31 appearances – neither of them in the Premier League.
He does have a piece of silverware to show for his efforts having helped Man United to Carabao Cup glory against Newcastle.
A good season for Man United, which saw them get back into the Champions League with a third-placed finish in the Premier League, ended in disappointment as they were beaten by Manchester City in the FA Cup final.
The striker’s contract that he signed after joining from Wolfsburg does not expire until the summer of 2025. He is also set to hold discussions with boss Vincent Kompany following the Clarets’ return to the Premier League.
Ahead of the FA Cup final defeat to neighbours Manchester City, Weghorst admitted that his goal return had too left him disappointed. Speaking to United’s official website, he said: “I’ve really tried to give my all in every match I’ve played, in every minute I’ve had. It doesn’t matter which position it is. I always give my best.
“Of course, for me as a striker, only two goals is not enough. It’s not good. That’s just the only thing for me that’s disappointing, because I know I’m capable to do it.”
Everton had yet another poor season having narrowly avoided relegation for a second successive campaign.
Goals were difficult to come by for the Toffees, who managed just 34 goals in 38 league matches in 2022/23. They do have England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin at their disposal, however, he injury caused him to miss large chunks of the season.
The Clarets romped to the Championship title in the 2022/23 season, finishing ten points clear of second-placed Sheffield United on 101 points.
Weghorst joined Burnley in January 2022 from German side Wolfsburg in a reported £12million transfer fee.
But like at Man United, Weghorst struggled to make an impact at Turf Moor as he scored just twice in 20 apperances for the Clarets, who were relegated from the top flight in the 2021/22 season.
Weghorst joined United on loan in January and managed just two goals in 20 appearances for the Red Devils, including a substitute appearance against Manchester City in the FA Cup final defeat on Saturday (3 June).