🚨JUST IN : In a recent live broadcast, French striker Neal Maupay provided an update on his future with Everton. The player, who spent the 2023-2024 season on loan at Brentford


Since Kevin Thelwell joined the club, Everton have been much smarter and more careful in the market.

After all, he immediately recognized their dangerous financial situation and immediately corrected it with appropriate measures.

Having just managed a campaign fraught with PSR sanctions, he and the club will be hoping that the upcoming season passes without such turmoil.

With some key sales already done, this is an expectation and not just a blind hope.

Ben Godfrey and Lewis Dobbin have already left Goodison Park with some flying but there are signs it may not be so easy with Neal Maupay, one of Thelwell’s few mistakes.

Neal Maupay reports on his Everton future

Speaking live on talkSPORT this morning (07/02/08:42), Maupay was honest and open when asked about his future at Everton.

After all, he has struggled to make the expected impact since arriving in the summer of 2022, even spending the entirety of his last Premier League campaign on loan at Brentford.

He’s the furthest player from Sean Dyche and probably has no place in his squad, but this latest revelation may come as a surprise to most.

Maupay claimed: “I think it’s quite simple. I was on loan at Brentford last season. They had an opportunity. They didn’t take it. They had until the end of June. I’ll be back at Everton next week.

Everton can cash in on Neal Maupay

Although Brentford did not take up the option to buy on Maupay’s loan, that should not completely rule out the possibility of returning for the Frenchman.

Especially given the huge amount of cash they apparently have, with negotiations for £35m for Archie Gray taking place before he swooped for Tottenham Hotspur.

The Toffees clearly don’t need Maupay and with Everton also signing Iliman Ndiaye, his usefulness is only diminishing.

There is no place for him in Dyche’s squad, and this summer marks a real turning point in his career.

He can stay at Goodison Park having just revealed his plans to return and stagnate as someone who is unlikely to ever be used.

Or he could proactively seek an exit and provide Everton with some much-needed extra assets after a summer in which Kevin Thelwell has already been surprisingly active.

The outcome of this saga remains to be seen, but Maupay is an unpredictable character. His future remains a mystery, but his place outside Dyche’s plans is certain.

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