Chermiti's signing marks Everton's third acquisition during the summer transfer window. The club has already welcomed full-back Ashley Young from Aston Villa and winger Arnaut Danjuma on loan from Villarreal.

The move comes as Everton seeks to strengthen its attacking prowess after a challenging previous season. The team narrowly avoided relegation with a crucial 1-0 victory over Bournemouth on the final day. Everton's striking options were limited, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin hampered by injuries and Neal Maupay struggling to find the net.

Manager Sean Dyche commented on the new signing, emphasizing Chermiti's potential: "He is still a teenager who is learning his game, which we will be mindful of, but we think he has the raw talent and ingredients to be a very good player."

Chermiti's arrival has generated considerable interest, with Wolves and Bournemouth also reportedly considering him for recruitment. As Everton aims to climb the Premier League ranks, the young forward's addition brings hope for an improved attacking performance in the upcoming season.