JUST IN : In a shocking and insensitive turn of events, Everton player was unceremoniously told during a live broadcast that his time at Goodison Park is over


Former England striker Darren Bent has declared that Neal Maupay’s time at Everton is “over” following his return from a season-long loan at Brentford.

Despite struggling at Goodison Park, Maupay flourished at Brentford, scoring eight goals in 31 appearances. Bent believes Maupay’s comfort at Brentford suggests he would prefer to stay, but his goal record hasn’t been impressive enough to secure a permanent move.

Maupay’s Everton career has been underwhelming since his £15million transfer from Brighton in 2022. He was expected to form a formidable partnership with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, but it never materialized.

With Beto also failing to impress as a backup, the striker position is a significant concern for Sean Dyche’s squad. However, Everton’s financial situation may force them to retain Maupay unless Calvert-Lewin leaves on a lucrative transfer, potentially to Newcastle United.

This summer promises to be a transformative period for Everton, with multiple stars linked to departures, including Amadou Onana and Jarrad Branthwaite. While Maupay’s potential exit may not be as keenly felt as others, it highlights the need for significant changes at Goodison Park.

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