Alex Iwobi, a midfielder for Everton, "has stated that his team will do everything it takes to stay in the Premier League."
In their final game of the year, "the Toffees will host Bournemouth at Goodison Park with the knowledge that only a goal can secure their place in the top tier." Source stated.
According to Vanguard, "The Merseysiders managed to dodge the relegation last season, and they will now exert all effort to prevent it from happening this weekend."
"If Everton doesn't succeed in staying up, they will undoubtedly lose about £100 million." Source stated.
Iwobi, on the other hand, "won't take any chances when they play Bournemouth because their only concern is maintaining their position in the league." Vanguard reports.
"You don't want to enter it, Iwobi said, according to a quotation from the Mirror. "Yeah, there is a massive gulf, and no disrespect to the Championship," he added.
Vanguard further reported, "Everyone believes that the Premier League is the best league in the world, and we want to remain there. In all honesty, we are not considering joining the Championship at this time. Instead, I just want to ensure that we will be playing in the Premier League next year." Source added.
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