The Premier League’s top teams are known for trying to identify and tap into young talent.
It is for this reason that 24-year-old striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has caught the eye of England’s top teams.
Calvert-Lewin had a superb season with Everton, appearing in 39 games and scoring 21 goals. This has attracted the attention of teams that need to reinforce his shooting power for next season.
Manchester United is one of the clubs that have been keeping a close eye on the striker. The Red Devils urgently need to reinforce their forward line and have been on the market for some time looking for a player in that position. Man U’s main target is Jadon Sancho, but if things don’t work out with Borussia Dortmund, Calvert-Lewin is one of the possible options for the club.
Another of the big names tracking Calvert-Lewin is Arsenal. The Gunners are desperate to find a high-quality striker who can make up for the underperformance of key players Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
In addition, Mikel Arteta is rumored to have the club’s approval to spend money to strengthen the squad as much as possible.
Everton is unwilling to let Calvert-Lewin go for less than £80m, which is quite a high amount for any club.
Sources close to the player claim that Dominic has little interest in leaving Everton, as the club has proven to be competitive, and with the arrival of new manager Rafa Benitez, the club’s aspirations are high.