Jamie Vardy – Everton’s number one target
Rumors about Jamie Vardy’s move to Everton are impressively uprising in the latest British Press. Talks about a potential transfer and a certain need for a new Everton striker are long before opened. The fact is that Steve Walsh has targeted a Jamie Vardy transfer as a long waited replacement for Romelu Lukaku that has left for Manchester United last year.
Looks like the Merseyside club has decided even a recruitment session for the 31-year old gifted striker that has been ranked first option in the clubs’ preferences. An unquestionable contribution to this decision has been made by the struggling effort that the last 23million£ signed-in Cenk Tosun in making to frame into the English style of game. The Jamie Vardy move to Goodison Park will ease off the pressure and will mark up another successful shift for the football director Steve Walsh. It is well known that he brought Jamie Vardy from Fleetwood to City on his recruitment triumphant period for the King Power Stadium. The upstanding pay rise up to Wayne Rooney’s 150.000£ weekly pick level that has been also favorably rumored around Jamie Vardy’s transfer to Everton.
A more pessimist approach
There are those saying that Jamie Vardy’s transfer to Everton will definitely be a surprising move for five massive reasons:
#1 The turned down chance that Jamie Vardy had to join Arsenal in mid-2016 that was way more appealing than the move to Everton is one reason;
#2 The well-known fact that loyalty is one Jamie Vardy‘s multiple values and his intention to turn his King Power Stadium period into a long-standing legacy makes of it another good reason. Find the best football odds here.
#3 He and his family are happily settled at Leicester and recently located to a new home;
#4 Jamie Vardy still has an about two and half year contract with City and there is no reason to point out the City’s intention or interest of selling. Jamie Vardy is one certainly treasured asset to them;
#5 The World Cup that takes place in Russia this summer is another major reason for Jamie Vardy’s lack of interest to transfer. This might be his great opportunity to target a rightful place amongst the biggest names in football.
Jamie Vardy’s evolution
The 11 consecutive scored Premier League games between 2015 and 2016, a total of 56-bagged goals in 134 Premier League appearances and 19 leading games for England makes the Leicester City’s striker to be on everyone’s wish list.
Being initiated at the age of sixteen by Sheffield Wednesday before joining Wickersley Youth Junior Football Club, Jamie Vardy has started the senior runway in 2007 playing for Stockbridge Park Steels for three seasons. In 2010, he joined Halifax Town club and then moved to Fleetwood Town in 2011. In the Northern Premier League period, the scoring of 25 goals brought him the club’s Player of the Year title, which he had won again with the Conference Premier Club 31 signed goals.
The transfer to Leicester City in May 2012 has touched a non-League record price of 1 million£ and the team’s Championship victory title in 2014 was Jamie Vardy’s pay off.
Beside his goal scoring abilities, Jamie Vardy is a massive work-rate professional, unyielding runner and straight approach player. His good positioning along with his tremendously dynamic both feet strike and well-developed ability of playing on last defender’s’ neckline makes Jamie Vardy a feared counter-attacks threat.