Everton scout addresses Allan and Hirving Lozano transfer speculation – Liverpool Echo
Everton scout Carlo Jacomuzzi has addressed the speculation linking both Allan and Hirving Lozano with moves to Goodison Park.
TheBlueswere continually linked with the pair throughout January, but nothing concrete ever came of the speculation.
But with reports around transfers expected to increase heading into the summer, Jacomuzzi has revealed he doesn’t know if the pair will be joining the club and that transfers are down to manager Carlo Ancelotti and director of football Marcel Brands.
“It will be Ancelotti with the director to plan the next market; we work to bring news about the players.
“I have nothing to teach these gentlemen; they know how to work in the market.”
Before Jacomuzzi added on the Italian: “Ancelotti? He arrived in England and does simple things without many tricks.
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“He put the players in their places and made them play the English way. The results come by giving the right confidence to the players who are of a good level.
“Maybe he doesn’t do the show he did in Naples, Madrid and Milan (but) he put the team in a position to do well. In the next month, I will meet him.”
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