SOURCE: Everton Official Website
Everton boss David Moyes is known for his masterstrokes in the transfer market and he may well have pulled off another coup by landing relative unknown Bryan Oviedo.
The Costa Rican can play on the left-side of defence or midfield and will fill the hole left by Royston Drenthe, who spent the second half of last season on loan from Real Madrid.
Although Everton have been forced to sell their star players in recent seasons, like Jack Rodwell and Joleon Lescott, Moyes has always got a good price and invested the returns wisely.
The Scot’s philosophy at Goodison Park has always been evolution rather than revolution and he is slowly but surely assembling a squad at Everton that can challenge at the top end of the Premier League.
Moyes’ business is in stark contrast to that of compatriot Kenny Dalglish, who was sacked by the Toffees’ Merseyside neighbours Liverpool this May.
Dalglish spent massive money last summer but nearly all his expensive signings have proved collosal flops. The likes of Andy Carroll, Charlie Adam, Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing are all unfancied by new Reds’ boss Brendan Rodgers, while Everton’s Nikicia Jelavic, Marouane Fellaini, Leighton Baines, Phil Jagiela (all signed for reasonable fees) are the envy of the Premier League.
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