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Everton saved £19m on Alex Iwobi transfer - but Fabian Delph the bargain of the window

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But the bargain signing belonged to Fabian Delph, who reportedly had an intrinsic value to Manchester City of an enormous £54.6million.

The video will start in 8 Cancel Everton managed to secure the services of Nigerian winger for £19m less than his 'market' value, and also got a great deal for teenage striker Moise Kean, according to new data from a UK-based investment firm.

Going the other way, Everton were deemed to have extracted poor value from tough-tackling defensive midfielder Gueye, who spent three seasons at Goodison Park.

Gueye's £30m fee is a reported £26m below his intrinsic value to the club, the Senegalese having been a key component of Everton's midfield prior to his sale.

As it was, the Toffees were able to bring Iwobi to Goodison Park for only £27.4m - almost £20m less than his intrinsic value.

But London-based Carteret Analytics believes the club were shortchanged by their outgoings - namely by the £30m sale of Idrissa Gueye to Paris-Saint Germain.

Nigerian winger Iwobi, who arrived at Goodison Park at the eleventh hour of deadline day, should have cost Everton around £46.3m, according to his 'intrinsic value' calculated by Carteret Analytics.
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