Everton: 3 reasons why Everton must sign £120,000 p/w superstar

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James Rodriguez is the creative tank of the team. In other news, water is wet.

Relieving the load off James Rodriguez’s shoulders

The Colombian has revitalized the attack and added much needed imagination to the team. Being on the right wing has enabled James to drift inwards or make the play switch by threading delicious balls to Richarlison and Lucas Digne on the left flank.

No one has been able to match the creative productivity of James which somewhat burdens the Colombian. Sigurdsson or Gomes haven’t been helpful at all in sharing the buildup play load and if things continue this way, sooner or later, it will take a toll on Rodriguez.

Isco is a quality playmaker and a patient buildup player. The Spaniard loves to get involved in the buildup process and is often seen delivering juicy passes that will lead to the killer punch. The right footed player is very comfortable in playing as a left sided midfielder, easily replacing Sigurdsson or Gomes.

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Chance creation is important for winning games and majority of the chances are being created by Rodriguez. The arrival of Isco will add an extra element and outlet for creating chances, making Everton more dangerous in the final third.