Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton is wanted by Newcastle to bolster their offensive line.

By acquiring Dominic Calvert-Lewin from Everton, Newcastle hopes to expand their alternatives for offensive players. The 27-year-old striker has one year remaining on his contract, and while he hasn’t fully ruled out signing a new one, it’s thought that the striker departing Goodison Park this summer is the more likely scenario.

Newcastle has been eyeing Calvert-Lewin for some time and is eager to move forward with a bid for the England international. Newcastle could trade Callum Wilson and wants to give Alexander Isak competition. Next year, Everton won’t want to lose him for nothing.

On the other hand, Tim Iroegbunam, a three-year contract from Aston Villa, has joined Everton as their first summer addition. The £9 million acquisition of the 20-year-old central midfielder, who has previously played for the under-20s, saw him win the 2022 Under-19s European Championship with England.

“I’m overjoyed. Iroegbunam said on the club website, “Everton is an incredible club, a large club, and I’m just really happy to join and I can’t wait to get started.” It was a move I was unwilling to ignore. I wanted to seize the chance. For me, it was crucial to arrange the relocation as soon as possible.

Iroegbunam joined Villa a month after leaving West Brom’s youth, where he made his senior debut in May 2021. After making his Villa debut in February 2022, he went on to play in 12 Premier League games for the team, however only two of those were starts.

Tim is a welcome addition to our midfield options. Sean Dyche, the manager of Everton, stated, “He is a young player who is still learning and developing, but clearly has a lot of the qualities we want in that area of the pitch.” “I am excited to begin working with him in pre-season with my coaching staff.”

To sign Lewis Dobbin, a 21-year-old winger, Villa is in negotiations with Everton.

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