4-2-3-1 with four new signings... Will this be Everton's team next season?

Everton are set to make plenty of additions during the summer transfer window.

General view outside the stadium before the match

With the summer transfer window edging ever closer, we take a look at how Everton’s squad could look next season.

Goalkeeper: Steve Mandanda

Everton have made signing a new goalkeeper one of their priorities this summer, with Mandanda tipped to be one of their top targets.

Left-back: Leighton Baines

Baines may be reaching the twilight of his career, but he looks set to remain in Everton’s starting line-up next season.

Centre-back: John Stones

England's John Stones

Rumours are rife over Stones’ future at Everton already, but with Farhad Moshiri in charge the Toffees are under no pressure to sell the England international.

Everton want a big fee for Stones, and given that he wasn’t in great form this past season, it may be that other teams are put off by the hefty price tag.

Centre-back: Joel Veltman

Everton are set to invest in their defence in the summer, and Veltman appears to be one of their top targets.

Right-back: Seamus Coleman

A reliable presence, Coleman will be part of Everton’s team next term.

Defensive midfield: Gareth Barry, James McCarthy

Barry may be ageing, but he was a key part of Everton’s team last season.

McCarthy, meanwhile, could be handed one more season to prove his worth under a new manager.

Right-wing: Gerard Deulofeu

The Spanish winger will surely be handed regular starts next season given his obvious ability.

Attacking midfield: Ross Barkley

The young midfielder could well be linked with a move away from Everton, but Barkley looks set to remain at Goodison Park for at least another season.

Left-Wing: Andriy Yarmolenko

Ukraine's Andriy Yarmolenko (C) celebrates with his team mates after scoring a goal against Poland

Yarmolenko has been linked with Everotn for a considerable amount of time, and he may well make the move to Merseyside this summer.

Striker: Arkadiusz Milik / Vincent Janssen

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Romelu Lukaku looks likely to leave Goodison Park, meaning Everton are going to have to invest to replace his goals.

Both Milik and Janssen, who have enjoyed wonderful seasons in the Eredivisie this term, are believed to be on Everton’s wishlist - and would surely be good additions.

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