Sport Everton forward leaves the club on loan

20:45  12 july  2018
20:45  12 july  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Everton forward set to leave club soon

  Everton forward set to leave club soon Everton forward Shani Tarashaj looks likely to soon depart the club, having joined former club Grasshopper Zurich on trial, reports the Liverpool Echo. Having signed for Everton from Grasshoppers in January of 2016, the Switzerland international has yet to make a single appearance for the club’s first-team. Since completing a £3million switch, Tarashaj remained with Grasshoppers till the end of the season, and was subsequently loaned to Eintracht Frankfurt the following season, where injury prevented him from picking up any steam. Tarashaj made a handful of appearances for Everton Under-23s last season, but wasn’t able to do enough to force himself into the first-team plans of any of Everton’s recent managers. Now with Marco Silva and Marcel Brands looking to trim the squad this summer, Tarashaj looks certain to bring a disappointing few years to a close soon enough.

Everton forward Kevin Mirallas has rejoined Greek club Olympiakos on loan until the end of the season. The Belgium striker, 30, joined the Toffees from Olympiakos in 2012 for £6m and has played 186 games for the Merseyside club , scoring 38 goals.

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Everton attacker Henry Onyekuru has officially moved to Galatasaray on loan.

The Nigerian forward spent last season on loan at RSC Anderlecht following his move to Everton from Eupen and he endured a difficult time, coming in for criticism from his manager at the club.

It’s believed that Everton are now keen for Onyekuru to continue gaining valuable first-team experience elsewhere and they have made the decision to offload the youngster to Galatasaray on a temporary basis.

Everton receive £1.3m loan offer from Turkish giants for winger

  Everton receive £1.3m loan offer from Turkish giants for winger Everton have reportedly received an offer from Fenerbahce, with a loan deal for Yannick Bolasie lined up by the Turkish giants. The DR Congo international is reportedly among a host of senior players who face the axe at Goodison Park this summer, with Marco Silva planning a revamp of his Everton squad. Bolasie returned to the fold earlier this year after being sidelined for many months with a knee injury. He has since failed to convince, though, and a move away is likely this summer. According to claims from Fanatik, as cited by Turkish-Football, Fenerbahce are ready to offer Bolasie a route out of Merseyside and have offered Everton a fee of £1.3m to take the winger on a season-long loan. It’s believed that, in 10 days’ time, a decision from Silva will be made on whether or not Bolasie has a future at the club, with the new Toffees boss understood to be keen on assessing the options at his disposal.

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Everton forward Kevin Mirallas has left Goodison Park to join former club Olympiakos on loan for the remainder of the season. The 30-year-old moved to Goodison Park back in August 2012 but has featured just 13 times this term, with only five of those appearances coming in the Premier League.

The 21-year-old will be hoping to flourish in the Turkish top-flight as he looks to make his way back into the Nigerian national squad, also, after being omitted by Gernot Rohr from the 23-man selection for the World Cup.

Everton beat a host of clubs to the signing of Onyekuru in 2017 and will be keen to monitor his progress with Galatasaray.

Silva explains Everton forward is in his plans .
Marco Silva has provided an update on Everton striker Oumar Niasse’ future at the club, stating that he is part of his plans. The Senegal international fought against the odds last season to eventually become a valuable first-team member of Everton’s squad, despite having initially been outcasted by Ronald Koeman the season prior. However, despite scoring nine goals in 26 games last season, many assumed he would be moved on this summer, with Silva and director of football Marcel Brands looking to shift a number of players and bring down the club’s wage bill. This doesn’t look to be the case however, with the Portuguese coach keen on keeping the 28-year at Goodison Park. Silva previously worked with Niasse when he spent six months on loan with Hull City from the Toffees. Speaking about Niasse’ future with Everton, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo, Silva had this to say: “Of course, Oumar Niasse is in our plans.” “I understand the question as well, we need to understand his football.” “He is a player who can give different things than the other players we have in this position.” “He is different than all the others when you look at Cenk and at the other boy Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Oumar Niasse is completely different and in some moments, like this evening in the second-half, or when he starts games, he will give different things to the others.” “It is a matter of my decision, in the right moments of the game.” Niasse has already scored five times during pre-season – Netting four times in Everton’s 22-0 win over ATV Irdning earlier this week, and scoring the club’s equalising goal in a 1-1 draw with Bury on Wednesday evening.

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