Before tomorrow’s transfer deadline, Everton might try to sign Luis Sinisterra from Leeds United after missing out on Wilfried Gnonto.
The Toffees are actively searching for new players to bolster all aspects of their team. They already hired Beto, and if Football Transfers is to be believed, they may also move on to Sinisterra.
Everton and Crystal Palace are Interested in Signing Luis Sinisterra
Leeds United has lost many players since being demoted from the Premier League. While numerous players, including Robin Koch and Brenden Aaronson, left the club on loans, Tyler Adams and Rodrigo left on permanent contracts.
When Everton tried signing Wilfried Gnonto not so long ago, he made every effort to leave the team. Though it became ugly, the problem seemed to be settled for now.
Another player who has hung up his cleats and desires to quit the team is Luis Sinisterra, and he may finally have the chance.
According to the report, Everton and Crystal Palace are considering a move to bring Sinisterra from Leeds before tomorrow’s deadline if they are both interested in him.
We are unsurprised that Everton is interested in Luis Sinisterra, a standout player for Leeds United who is considered “exceptional.”
The 24-year-old achieved seven goals in all competitions the previous season and scored for the Whites against Ipswich on the weekend.
Everton and Crystal Palace are rumored to be interested in his services because they believe he has the talent to play in the premier league.
The two Premier League teams have little time left because tomorrow night’s window closes.
It is Now or Never
Even though Sinisterra was reintegrated into the Leeds team last week, there are still concerns over his future.
More frequently than most during the previous two months, Everton has been connected with both the Colombian international and his colleague Wilfried Gnonto.
However, the transfer window for English clubs closes at 11 p.m. tonight (1 September), so if the Toffees want to sign the 24-year-old, it is now or never.
It will be intriguing to watch what Leeds do if Everton makes a sizable offer, even though they have publicly said that some players are not for sale.
After all, the Whites’ team appears to be in better shape now than it did a few weeks ago when the Toffees’ interest seemed to be at its highest.
Even still, Sinisterra is a fantastic player to have and, should he stay, will return to being a regular starter as soon as the window shuts.
The Colombian may not enjoy playing in the lower division of English football, but he may change that by assisting Leeds in being promoted.