Date published: Friday 24th July 2020 2:55
Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed he will meet with the Everton bosses next week to discuss transfers that will lead to the “evolution” of the club.
The Toffees spent over £100million last summer, and will likely need a similar injection to add some much needed quality to their squad.
With the Premier League announcing the new season will kick-off on September 12, clubs may be forced to move more quickly than usual to secre targets before the 2020/21 season gets underway.
And Ancelotti says the club will start planning for the future in a meeting set for next week.
He said: “We decided to go to the end of the season and after that, as I’ve said a lot of times, we have time to prepare and to think about the new season and squad.
“We are going to meet next week and we are going to make a plan for the future.”
Ancelotti was asked whether he believes the coming window will represent an evolution or revolution for the club.
“It will be for sure and evolution of the club,” the Italian added.
“Everyone want to go to the next step, which is to improve. For sure next season we have to go up, there is no other way, with an evolution of the team.
“Better quality, better ambition, better motivation and more passion.”
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