Arsenal's Joel Campbell shoots over the bar
Arsenal forward Joel Campbell is once again unlikely to be a regular starter for his side this season, with the Gunners' squad packed full of talented attacking wide-men.
In order for the Costa Rica international to fulfil his potential, he must be given the opportunity to prove his worth with the chance of regular first-team football.
It could be argued that he is Arsenal's third-choice right winger behind Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and at the age of 24, he is now at the stage of his career where he should be looking to assert himself as a key player for a club.
Joel Campbell in action for Arsenal
Campbell would make a great addition to the Everton squad, and would provide strong competition for Gerard Deulofeu and Aaron Lennon in the wide-right role.
With speculation surrounding the future of Romelu Lukaku increasing by the day, and an exit from Goodison Park seeming ever more likely, Blues boss Ronald Koeman could opt to play Deulofeu through the middle, as he has done regularly throughout their pre-season.
Campbell would provide great competition for Gerard Deulofeu
If this is the case, there would be genuine need for reinforcements in the attacking wide areas, and the Arsenal man would be an ideal acquisition.
He has impressive technique, and blistering pace over short distances. He is also incredibly hard-working, and is renowned for tracking back and helping out his full-back when the opposition are in possession of the football.
Koeman places high importance on the defensive side of the game, so a player like Campbell would surely interest the Blues boss.
If a move came to fruition, it would be one that would suit all parties involved, and finally present Campbell with the opportunity to show what he is truly capable of.
Olivier Giroud celebrates with Joel Campbell