There was a time not too long ago in which Thomas Lemar, playing for Monaco, was considered a possible big money candidate for purchase by Arsenal. The young Frenchman would eventually find his way to Atletico Madrid to join fellow countryman Antoine Griezmann, a tactic of appeasement from a club scared to lose their premier talent to Barcelona.
Fast forward to 2020, and not only has Griezmann long ago departed Atletico Madrid for Barcelona, but Lemar is an all but forgotten man in Madrid. At only 24-years-old, it is not remarkable to believe that there is still a great amount of potential left in the player, if only a manager were able to coax it out of him; enter Carlo Ancelotti.
If the price is right, it might be a worthwhile gamble for Everton to endeavor upon. For the young man about to hit his peak age, it might be a gamble to take as well; all parties, from the player, to both clubs, could benefit greatly if a transfer could be worked out.