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Rising stars: Everton man is behind Bournemouth's coup, after Edwards missed trick at Liverpool

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England manager Gareth Southgate must be licking his lips with the huge number of talented strikers coming through the ranks and Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke are two of those.

Both were members of England’s heroic under-20 World Cup win in 2017, but their careers have taken different paths since then.



With that in mind, let’s compare these two transfers… In the final stages of the 2016 summer transfer window, Everton made the swoop for Sheffield United teenager Calvert-Lewin for £1.5m.



Bournemouth signed Solanke from Liverpool at the beginning of the transfer window for £19m, after he had not made an appearance in the league for The Reds this season.

Also, the fact that Solanke has cost a significant deal more than Calvert-Lewin is usually a negative in a transfer battle.

It was seen as a great coup, as this was a player with a huge amount of potential, after he had featured for every England age group from under-16 upwards.

This is a hard one to compare as both players have had varied careers so far.
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