“Brilliant” player’s future at Everton is gone following the brutal Dyche decision

“Brilliant” player’s future at Everton is gone following the brutal Dyche decision

As Everton eagerly await the outcome of their appeal against a 10-point deduction for breaching Financial Fair Play rules earlier this season, reports suggest that manager Sean

Dyche is already looking ahead to the summer transfer window, preparing to make some tough decisions at Goodison Park.

The focus of Everton’s transfer news has shifted towards potential departures

rather than new signings in recent months, a trend likely to continue as the summer transfer window approaches.

Two prominent names linked with moves away from Everton are Amadou Onana

and Jarrad Branthwaite. Onana continues to attract interest from clubs like

Chelsea, with a reported price tag of £51 million.

Branthwaite, on the other hand, has been linked with clubs as

prestigious as Real Madrid, potentially securing a significant transfer fee for Everton.

Given Everton’s need to balance the books after facing two FFP charges, it’s not

surprising that high-value transfers could be on the cards this summer.

If Everton were to face relegation from

the Premier League, they might be compelled to sell several key

players to mitigate financial strain.

However, there’s one player whom Dyche is reportedly not keen on retaining.

According to Wayne Veysey of Football Insider, Mason Holgate’s future at

Everton appears bleak under Dyche’s management.

Currently on loan at Sheffield United, Holgate made

headlines for the wrong reasons with a red card-worthy tackle in his last outing.

Holgate’s career at Everton has seen a decline in recent years since his promising start

after joining the club for a reported £2 million in 2015. Now 27 years old, Holgate’s time at Everton

seems to be reaching its conclusion.

Previously lauded by figures like Peter Crouch for his performances, Holgate

hasn’t fulfilled the potential predicted for him. It appears likely that he

will seek a fresh start at the end of the season,

potentially securing a permanent move away from Goodison Park.

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