Erling Haaland, Harry Maguire And Andy Robertson, Everton Could've Signed Them All

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Former Leicester City footballer and Everton head of recruitment - Steven Walsh - revealed three players Everton missed out on during his tenure at Merseyside.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
Erling Haaland

Everton currently find themselves at 15th spot in the English Premier League behind 2018-19 UCL finalists - Tottenham Hotspur. Things could have been much different had Everton made these three signings as revealed by former Toffees recruitment head - Steven Walsh. Find out who those three players were and how Everton could've possibly lined up this season.

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Harry Maguire

Harry Maguire, who signed for £80 million with Manchester United in the summer transfer window, could have been an Evertonian had things turned out differently. Walsh revealed that Maguire was a target for Everton back when he was in charge of management. Can you imagine Harry Maguire in an Everton jersey?

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Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland has been in brilliant form for Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian league and the UEFA Champions League this season. Haaland has taken his tally for 2019 to 26 goals in just 18 appearances this season, including seven in his first four Champions League ties. Walsh said that Erling Haaland was lined up for €4 million. but did not receive any backing from Everton.

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Andy Robertson

Andy Robertson formed the crux for Liverpool as the Anfield outfit won the UEFA Champions League last season. Andy Robertson continues to be a crucial figure as Liverpool are on their way to a first Premier League title since 1990. Lucas Digne or Andy Robertson - who should have Everton gone with?

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