Former Sheffield United and Birmingham City midfielder Curtis Woodhouse has suggested on social networking site Twitter that Everton should have signed Danny Welbeck from Arsenal in the summer transfer window.
Woodhouse has suggested that Everton should have replaced Romelu Lukaku with Welbeck.
The Merseyside did not sign a like-for-like replacement, which is one of the main reasons behind their disappointing performances and results so far this season.
Woodhouse, 37, has suggested on Twitter that Everton should have moved for Arsenal striker Welbeck in the summer transfer window.
Out of interest who would you have replaced him with?— James (@R8UND) October 1, 2017
Some1 with pace, that can stretch the game to open things up for the talented midfielders. Top of my head Danny Welbeck, somebody like that https://t.co/u4fCZTBFlO— Curtis Woodhouse (@curtiswoodhous8) October 1, 2017
Welbeck has been on the books of Arsenal since the summer of 2014 when he joined from Premier League rivals Manchester United for a transfer fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £16 million.
The 26-year-old is a talented striker, but the problem is that during his time at the Gunners so far, he has been affected by injuries.