After an exciting 2010-11 season, Everton fans have to deal with another summer transfer window. These are often very grueling months for Everton fans, as they have to watch as the teams around them make big money signings left and right. Unfortunately, Everton's well-known money problems prevent them from making any signings themselves.
But there is still hope. In recent years, Everton have been able to make signings by selling players (i,e. Jolean Lescott). This may be happening this year. James Vaughan has already gone to newly-promoted Norwich City for an undisclosed fee (reported to be three million pounds), and rumour has it that Joseph Yobo is on the move to Fenerbahçe in Turkey for a reported fee of five million pounds. This gives Everton some transfer budget, and if Yakubu is sold, then it allows Everton to make a respectable signing or two.
Here is what a revamped, un-injured Everton side may look like in the 2011-12 Barclays Premier League season.