Money Management

Everton Loan Summary: October Report

After seeing 14 players go on loan last season and 21 players the previous season, Everton have only seen six players go on loan so far this season – which must be a big regret for Marcel Brands, with players like Yannick Bolasie, Muhamed Besic and Matthew Pennington now earning wages with no match prospect. There are also several players in their 20s who are now crowding the Under 23s after failing to secure a loan way during the window.

But how did the six lenders fare in October? Let’s find out…

Moise Kean – PSG

After struggling to make an impact at Everton, Moise Kean now plays alongside Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. Football really is a fun old game.

Either way, after signing a one-season loan, Kean got off to a good start in France, scoring four goals in his first five appearances.

Promisingly, he started all three league games he was available for (although he got hooked at halftime on the weekend), as well as started (and scored a brace) in his. second Champions League match, after leaving the bench against Manchester United.

One would hope that PSG don’t have a call option on the 20-year-old, otherwise Everton will face the prospect of letting a promising player go for less than his value (assuming he has a good season) or being stuck with him again if the season isn’t going for him.

But… so far everything is going well for Moise in Paris.

Appearances: 4 (1)

Goals: 4

Assists: 0

Nathan Markelo – Twente

Not a good month for Nathan Markelo in Holland unfortunately. After only regaining a few minutes off the bench in September, he was left on the bench for a few games before injuring his MCL knee that kept him from playing in October and will likely keep him away for November. too much.

Appearances: 0 (2)

Objectives: 0

Assists: 0

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Dennis Adeniran – Wycombe Wanderers

Despite joining the inevitable championship wrestlers, Everton’s Under-23 veteran Wycombe appears to be gaining valuable experience at Adams Park.

The 21-year-old has started every game since joining the club, making seven appearances and finishing five of those games – mostly as his favorite central midfielder.

Fortunes seem to be turning a bit for Wycombe as well. After losing their first five games, they achieved an impressive 1-1 draw against Watford fc in the middle of the week before beating Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 on weekends.

Appearances: 7 (0)

Objectives: 0

Assists: 0

Lewis Gibson – Lecture

After a very impressive loan spell at Fleetwood in the second half of last season, Lewis Gibson has now been tasked with making a mark in the Championship.

The good news is that Reading is leading the league after winning seven of its first nine games.

However, this good form means Gibson has yet to play a single minute for the Royals, with Liam moore and Michael Morrison having provided a strong central defensive partnership.

Moore was taken out with injury in his 3-2 loss to Coventry this weekend, but was unfortunately replaced by another center-half instead of Gibson, who has sat on the bench for every game so far.

It looks like Gibson will need to continue to be patient and make sure he’s ready to impress when the opportunity finally presents itself.

Appearances: 0 (0)

Objectives: 0

Assists: 0

Callum Connolly – Fleetwood Town

Connolly, now 23, returned to Fleetwood again on deadline day. He has since played all 90 (center-back) of the next three games, although he was absent from their weekend game.

His contract with Everton expires next summer.

Appearances: 3 (0)

Objectives: 0

Assists: 0

Referred to Southampton on deadline day and provided an assist in their debut as they clinched an impressive 3-3 draw at Chelsea, and again played the 90 in another scoring festival (4-3 win) against Aston Villa at week-end.

His contract with Everton also expires next summer.

Appearances: 2 (0)

Objectives: 0

Assists: 1