Marco Silva desperate to keep Ademola Lookman at Everton after the English transfer window closes

Everton coach Marco Silva is eager to retain 20-year-old Ademola Lookman.

& # 39; Is an important player for us & # 39 ;: Marco Silva desperate to keep Ademola Lookman in Everton despite bringing six players during the summer transfer window

  • Marco Silva wants to keep the extreme Ademola Lookman of 20 years
  • The young man spent the second half of last season on loan at RB Leipzig
  • Silva wants it despite the need to download before the Europe window closes

Carl Markham, Sports Press Association

Marco Silva is desperate to retain the young Ademola Lookman, although he is looking to get rid of several players before the transfer period closes in the rest of Europe.

The 20-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at RB Leipzig and the Bundesliga team is willing to sign him permanently, but the Toffees boss is determined not to let that happen.

Limited to England's Under-21 level, Lookman appeared 11 times for the German team and scored five times.

Everton coach Marco Silva is eager to retain 20-year-old Ademola Lookman.

Everton coach Marco Silva is eager to retain 20-year-old Ademola Lookman.

"Of course it's in my plans. He is an important player for us, he is a good player with good talent, "said Silva.

"He went on loan and improved and he was happy there and now it is our time to make him happy here and to improve his qualities, since it is our present and future."

Everton was busy on the day of the deadline, signing three players for forward Bernard, free agent, and the Barcelona duo Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.

The England Under-21 international spent the second half of last season on loan at RB Leipzig

The England Under-21 international spent the second half of last season on loan at RB Leipzig

The England Under-21 international spent the second half of last season on loan at RB Leipzig

Silva is eager to retain him despite the need to download before the European transfer period closes.

Silva is eager to retain him despite the need to download before the European transfer period closes.

Silva is eager to retain him despite the need to download before the European transfer period closes.

Everton will face the new boys of the Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers in their first game of the season

Everton will face the new boys of the Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers in their first game of the season

Everton will face the new boys of the Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers in their first game of the season

EVERTON & # 39; S IN & # 39; S & OUT & # 39; S

In s: Richarlison (£ 35 million – Watford)

Yerry Mina (£ 27 million – Barcelona)

Lucas Digne (18 million pounds – Barcelona)

Andre Gomes (loan – Barcelona)

Bernard (Free transport – Shakhtar Donetsk)

Kurt Zouma (loan – Chelsea)

Outside: Davy Klaassen (£ 12million-Werder Bremen)

Ramiro Funes Mori8 million – Villarreal)

Henry Onyekuru (loan rate – Galatasaray)

Kevin Mirallas (loan rate – Fiorentina)

Wayne Rooney (Free transfer – D.C. United)

Joel Robles (Free transfer – Real Betis)

Ashley Williams (loan – Stoke City)

The Toffees will pay a total of £ 28.5 million (£ 27.2m in advance with another £ 1.3m in supplements) after the Colombian central signed a five-year contract, with Gomes joining a one season loan that does not have a option to buy.

None of the trios will be considered for the trip to Molineux, but Silva is happy with his summer business.

These transfers follow the Brazilian end Richarlison, who signed from Watford for an initial fee of £ 35 million at the end of last month.

Kurt Zouma of Chelsea became the final transfer to the club after completing a loan move on Friday.

He added: "Before we started talking about new players (it was) the fantastic support of the owner (Farhad Moshiri), the president (Bill Kenwright) and Marcel (brands, football director).

"They tried to do everything possible to sign new players for us and we sold some players and we sent them on loan.

"We are happy with the players who stayed on the team and the players that we bring."

Everton will face the recently promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers in their first Premier League game of the season on Saturday.

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