Marco Silva says he is tired of being told he must buy a striker for Everton

• Richarlison is not far from the top of the list, manager adds
• Manager is not envisaging a busy transfer window at Goodison

Marco Silva is relaxed about Everton’s goalscoring capability as the transfer window approaches, though he is fed up with being told the club need to buy a striker to replace Romelu Lukaku.

Everton’s inability to do that was one of the factors in Ronald Koeman losing his job in October 2017 and, though his successor, Sam Allardyce, brought in Cenk Tosun last January, the Turkey international has not proved quite as prolific as the club had hoped and is being used sparingly.

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