However, with the Frenchman only managing to score one goal in six league games for Frank Lampard’s side, it seems as though the club may have a need to add another attacking figure to their squad to help them become a bit more efficient at the top of the pitch.
One player that the Toffees have been linked with that could fit this particular bill and be a potential upgrade on Maupay is Udinese striker Beto.
In terms of being a potential upgrade on Maupay, this can be seen from the duo’s previous domestic campaigns.
For example, having both made just over 30 league appearances, Beto managed to have more shots at goal (71 vs 59), passes into the final third of the pitch (18 vs 16) and successful dribbles (49 vs 29) than the current Everton striker.
Focusing on their attempts at goal, the Udinese striker had a higher percentage for shots on target than Maupay (42.3% vs 23.7%), which shows how much more clinical he is than the former Brighton & Hove Albion figure.
With all of that in mind, if Everton have an opportunity to sign the Udinese attacker in the upcoming January transfer window or in the summer, they should do all they can to make it happen.