Everton fans are very excited with suggestions that Reinier Jesus could follow Moise Kean to Goodison Park.
Everton have had a quiet transfer window so far, but they appear to be really clicking into gear now.
Globo Esporte in Brazil suggest that Everton are set to complete a £32 million deal to sign Reinier, who is regarded as one of the best under-18 players in world football.
And Everton fans are very excited about the latest transfer reports.
Kean on the verge. Gbamin looking like it has a good chance. Now Reinier looking on too...I need a lie down.— Khalucy (@lucyefcf1) July 30, 2019
Many people say he's the best U-18 player in the world right now!— Everton FC Brasil (@EvertonFC_BRA) July 30, 2019
Excited by this one!— Scotto (@1878Scotto) July 30, 2019
Saw a YouTube video of him and players just can’t get the ball off him, like a younger version of Messi— Paul Reddish (@paulreddish) July 30, 2019
Everton have beaten interest from both Liverpool and Manchester City to secure the signing of Reinier Jesus in a £36m deal, according to Esporte Interativo.— simply EFC (@simplyEFC) July 31, 2019
All seems a bit to good to be true for Everton doesn't it? #EFC pic.twitter.com/n1jH4Sq6WS
Scenes if this reinier jesus is as good as hes meant to be— َ (@JM_EFC) July 30, 2019
The Reinier Jesus rumour excites me more than any other tbh and i know nothing about the kid but it just shows me how forward thinking we are becoming by trying to get the best talent out there in world football. 40 mill on potential superstars will do for me #EFC— Paul Brown (@PaulBrownEFC) July 30, 2019
If Everton do sign Reinier he won’t be able to join up with his teammates at Goodison Park until January, but he could still be an appealing addition to Marco Silva’s squad.
Reinier has not played much senior football to date, but his reputation means that he would still be a statement signing for Everton.
If Reinier does join Everton he will join a strong Brazilian continent already at Goodison Park, with Richarlison and Bernard already contracted to the Toffees.
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