Carlo Ancelotti was persuaded that Everton will be investing this season, but the manager maintains that the “character and personality” of his squad will also lead to success at the top end of the Premier League. The team’s need for change was again scarcely put in defeat at Tottenham on Monday and Ancelotti maintained he could strengthen amid financial instability all over football, reports The Guardian.
“I have board promises we’ll be improving the team,” he said. When asking if he wanted to buy an offer, he replied: “No.”
A number of his former players have been linked to Ancelotti, including James Rodríguez, Thiago Silva, Edinson Cavani, and Adrien Rabiot. The squad made headway in chasing Lille defender Gabriel Magalhães.
Ancelotti said: “We need good players and we will be good players for the players we are signed up to. It doesn’t matter whether they’re young or old; whether they’re qualified, or not. That’s important to good players. The names given are the same names that were mentioned a year ago when I was in Naples. They ‘follow me!