Arnaut Danjuma has finalised a move to the Premier League, and he will join Everton on loan from Villarreal.

According to Fabrizio Romano, 26-year-old Dutchman Arnaut Danjuma has completed his medical with Everton ahead of a potential loan move, and the deal could be made official soon.

The 26-year-old was on loan at Tottenham Hotspur last season, and he was quite underwhelming for them during the second half of the campaign. The player is unwanted at Villarreal. So it is no surprise that the Spanish outfit has agreed to loan him out once again.

Everton tried to sign the player during the January transfer window as well. But Danjuma opted to join Tottenham instead. However, it seems that the Toffees will finally get their man at the second time of asking.

The 26-year-old has previously shown his quality in English football with Bournemouth and in La Liga with Villarreal. There is no doubt that he could be a key player for Everton next season, and it remains to be seen whether Danjuma can get back to his best once again.

Everton are in desperate need of attacking reinforcements, and they need to sign quality attackers during the summer transfer window. Danjuma can operate in wide areas and he will add goals and creativity to the side.

The 26-year-old knows the Premier League well, and he should be able to settle in quickly and make an immediate impact. Everton have had a disappointing campaign over the last two years and they barely survived relegation. They will be hoping to do better next year and push for a place in the top half of the table.

If the Toffees can improve their attacking options this summer, they will stand a good chance of pushing for a respectable finish. The Toffees have limited financial resources and they will have to explore bargain moves this summer.

The opportunity to sign Danjuma on a loan deal cannot be turned down, and the move could look like a bargain if the player manages to get back to his best. Danjuma is capable of operating on either flank and as a centre forward. His versatility will be an asset for Everton and Sean Dyche.

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