Lee Hendrie has mentioned on Sky Sports News (1:32pm, September 11, 2021) that reported Aston Villa goal Dwight McNeil could be good for Rafael Benitez’s Everton.
The previous Villa midfielder has mentioned that he is aware of that Dean Smith’s facet needed to signal McNeil from Burnley in the summertime switch window.
Hendrie has claimed that the 21-year-old could be good for Everton.
The Liverpool Echo reported in August curiosity from Villa and Everton in the summertime switch window.
Nevertheless, nothing materialised, and the 21-year-old winger remains to be at Burnley.
“If you’ve bought a large participant who delivers high quality like he does, there’s no hiding the truth that a lot of golf equipment have been . I do know Villa have been too due to the best way they play.
“He would go well with an Everton shirt as a result of he’s bought nice capability going by gamers, he places balls into areas the place you need it, and he doesn’t cling about.
“If you’ve bought the likes of Calvert-Lewin or Rondon, he could be an ideal match for Everton. That’s why they’ve introduced the likes of Townsend in. They need huge males. That’s simply how Rafa likes to play. I’m fairly positive it’s not over but.”
Future Everton or Aston Villa transfer?
Burnley are a longtime membership within the Premier League, however the Clarets are prone to should battle for survival within the high flight of English soccer.
After all, cash talks, however it’s unlikely that Burnley will promote McNeil in the midst of the season, particularly if it seems like they may go all the way down to the Championship.
However maybe subsequent summer time a switch might occur.
Now, after all, Everton and Villa each signed wingers this summer time, however so much can occur at any soccer membership in a season.
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