Despite their form, which has seen them lose just twice in their previous six Premier League games, Everton are only one point above the relegation zone because to a 10-point deduction for having played one more game than 18th-placed Luton Town. The Toffees will hope that their form will finally keep them out of the dropzone, putting an end to any current anxieties.

The January transfer window, which might see them bring in some fresh reinforcements for Sean Dyche, who has won the support of many at Goodison Park, could help them secure their top-flight status. Among those who could join is a Premier League player who appears to be on his way out of his current club.

Everton making a great move to sign PL key player who stuns two clubs
Everton making a great move to sign PL key player who stuns two clubs

If money is an issue, the Toffees should look at any low-cost agreements that could bring in a certain talent. Everton are apparently interested in signing West Ham United midfielder Ben Johnson, who has reportedly refused to sign a new contract at the London side due to £60,000-per-week pay demands. With the right-back’s current contract expiring in the summer, the Hammers may be compelled to cash in during the winter transfer window, perhaps allowing Everton to swoop in.

Everton can benefit from “important” Johnson’s depth.

At the moment, Nathan Patterson is the right-back for Everton, but depth is a good thing. Without Patterson, the Toffees would be forced to rely on an aging Ashley Young, which isn’t a long-term answer. Johnson, who is still only 23 years old, may thereby address an Everton problem before it becomes a catastrophe. A defender with European experience, the West Ham man is exactly the type of player who may help propel the Merseyside club back into the top half of the table.

Johnson has received a lot of plaudits during his tenure at West Ham, notably early on from David Moyes. He told Football London:

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