Niasse returns to Everton from Hull

Wednesday 24 May 2017  49 Comments  [Jump to last]
Hull City have elected not to sign Oumar Niasse on a permanent basis, at least for now.

The Yorkshire club had an option to sign the striker for around £10m if his loan spell was successful but their relegation from the Premier League has most likely dashed his hopes. The Senegalese was among the players listed as returning to their parent clubs on Hull's official website today.

Niasse, who joined Everton for £13.5m last year, was told he has no future at Goodison Park by Ronald Koeman and he eventually secured a temporary move to Hull in January.

Four goals in 17 appearances as the Tigers mounted what looked at one stage might be a successful bid to avoid the drop endeared him to their supporters but with manager Marco Silva's future uncertain and the club having to take stock as they prepare for the Championship, Hull have elected not to take up their option on Niasse at this time.

The parachute payments that relegated clubs receive from the Premier League may enable Hull to sign the 26-year-old on a permanent basis this summer — wages would be a significant stumbling block, however — but for now Niasse remains on Everton's books.  


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David Booth
1 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:21:15
A fable of modern day football: what a ridiculous, suspicious shambles...
Mark Melton
2 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:23:44
Blimey, he's like a boomerang...
Mark Morrissey
3 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:28:49
Here we go again...

Why did we sign him?
Who did it, they need shooting!
He is shit...
He's not all bad...
I feel sorry him... etc etc,

There you go, I've said it all, can we put this one to bed for the summer until he's sold please, ta

,

Colin Glassar
4 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:39:33
Like a bad penny.
Will Mabon
5 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:41:37
He's back, the lad! Gentlemen, we have our answer, our two-pronged killer attack – Niasse and Valencia.

Onwards and upwards.

Chris Williams
6 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:46:12
Mark#3

Don't forget ' and the way Koeman treated him. Totally unprofessional'

Stephen Scofield
7 Posted 24/05/2017 at 17:53:10
He'll be like a new signing! Lukaku who!
Des Farren
9 Posted 24/05/2017 at 19:29:16
All these comments may equally apply to Barkley in due course. Give it time..
John Daley
10 Posted 24/05/2017 at 20:33:17
"All these comments may equally apply to Barkley in due course. Give it time.."

Well, that would give us two members of 'The Fellowship Of The Ron'd': 'Aventgorn' and 'Lockerless'. Just need another seven then.

Chris Leyland
12 Posted 24/05/2017 at 20:49:23
Does it mean the club have to buy a new locker for him now?
Joe Foster
13 Posted 24/05/2017 at 20:54:11
Jeezus, I had forgotten about him.
Bob Hannigan
14 Posted 24/05/2017 at 21:13:42
Thank God! I was really concerned that we would lose him.

NOT!

Ian Hollingworth
15 Posted 24/05/2017 at 21:20:35
God help us
Mark Morrissey
16 Posted 24/05/2017 at 21:45:20
Sorry Chris I forgot !!!
Chris Williams
17 Posted 24/05/2017 at 21:46:48
I'm sure others on here won't, Mark!
Oliver Molloy
18 Posted 24/05/2017 at 21:47:57
Lyndon,

I think Hull and Everton had an agreement as part of the loan that if they stayed up they MUST buy Niasse for £10 million but if they were relegated then this would not come into force.

Apparently, Burnley, Watford and Bournemouth are interested!

Brian Williams
19 Posted 24/05/2017 at 21:51:41
I heard from a reliable source who knows someone who works at the club that Barcelona have enquired about Niasse.
Jack Convery
20 Posted 24/05/2017 at 22:16:06
Gave his all at Hull and any manager can't ask for more. Just not good enough and the £10m we gave Martinez should be returned to us asap to pay for his transfer. He will be loaned out again and Burnley could be a good bet.
Oliver Molloy
21 Posted 24/05/2017 at 22:18:13
Or maybe he will turn up at Newcastle with Barkley!

Chatting about Barcelona, they appear to have no interest in re-signing Deulofeu and Koeman wants him back now.

John Davies
22 Posted 24/05/2017 at 22:56:39
Don't be knocking the lad too much people. Sure Niasse is not even close to being who we want to see at Goodison Park but that's not his fault. It was the arrogant, deluded, demented, up-his-own-arse Spanish prick Martinez who signed him. Knock that bellend, not Niasse.
Darryl Ritchie
23 Posted 24/05/2017 at 23:17:57
I have no problems with Niasse. Koeman does, though.
James Watts
24 Posted 24/05/2017 at 23:20:15
Great news. With this lad coming back and the fact it's looking like we're signing the Southampton 3rd choice right back on a free, we'll be in touching distance of the top 4 now. Who needs to spend money to compete eh?
Steve Bingham
25 Posted 24/05/2017 at 23:41:41
Strewth... people, just calm down.
Denis Richardson
26 Posted 24/05/2017 at 23:47:54
He only scored one goal less than our £50m-rated main attacking midfielder...

And he only played half the season....

For a club that went down...

Just saying...

Gordon Crawford
27 Posted 25/05/2017 at 00:18:31
I'm over the moon at this news. Lol.
John Pierce
28 Posted 25/05/2017 at 00:31:36
He did okay at Hull, showed why he was left lockerless with some first touches bigger than some goal kicks.

However, he also scored a few at Premier League level, Liverpool and United amongst the victims.

So cannot see him leaving, why should he? He's done nothing wrong.

I see him in the team for the Europa League qualifiers and helping us out there, but he will probably go back on loan to a lower Premier League club.

Mark Andersson
29 Posted 25/05/2017 at 00:58:30
We really are a badly run club. £13 million for a player we cant sell in the bargain basement basket.

Paying off a sacked manager who truly was awful, and paying £6 million a year for a manager who can't get a win away from home, and plays shite football.

Yet, come August, the Old Lady will be packed to the rafters with renewed hope of us turning that never-ending corner.

Dan Davies
30 Posted 25/05/2017 at 01:11:41
Rooney and Niasse upfront – a dream partnership. I can see it now...
Mark Riding
31 Posted 25/05/2017 at 01:54:46
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Gordon Crawford
32 Posted 25/05/2017 at 02:27:06
Rooney is the odd one out. Am I right? :)
Kieran Kinsella
33 Posted 25/05/2017 at 02:29:58
TBH I kind of hope the club shuts down. Then we can all be put out of our misery. This kinda crap is just too much
David Ellis
34 Posted 25/05/2017 at 02:46:38
At least he's proved something at Hull – not to us but to other Premier League clubs. He may make it as a squad player somewhere and can (somehow) score goals – including against Liverpool.

I guess we will still be paying a chunk of his wages for the remaining 4 years of his contract but ho hum v time to move on.

Will Mabon
35 Posted 25/05/2017 at 04:08:07
Mark – excellent!
Brian Porter
36 Posted 25/05/2017 at 06:51:55
Dennis Richardson (#26). A very good point. Anyone who can score goals in the Premier League against the likes of Liverpool and Man. Utd, no matter how clumsy and ungainly they may appear to be, must be worth something to somebody.

Just another point, how many goals has our much vaunted, world class (his words not mine), striker, the one and only Romelu Lukaku, scored in the last three seasons against those same two opponents? Like you... just saying.

Dick Fearon
37 Posted 25/05/2017 at 09:35:13
It was not the lads fault that a dickhead valued him so highly. Criticism should be directed toward that unknown idiot.
Dan Egerton
38 Posted 25/05/2017 at 10:50:59
"And he only played half the season."

He played 12 games which is less than one third of the season, while Barkley had a whole season and way more starts.

Shane Corcoran
39 Posted 25/05/2017 at 10:54:00
Dan Davies, is he off to United?
Dan Egerton
40 Posted 25/05/2017 at 12:20:31
Are all these "clumsy" calls due to some mistakes he made during pre-season when he wasn't match fit?

I saw just about all his games when he played at Hull and I didn't see any clumsiness. Can someone post a video of his current clumsiness (and not one from a year ago)?

Raymond Fox
41 Posted 25/05/2017 at 13:02:30
There's some sad cases on here who seem to delight at slagging off all and sundry. Niasse did a lot better at Hull than some of our 'stars' did in the same period!

Oh, I forgot our manager said he wasn't good enough, so of course all you who like to be in with the 'in crowd' will agree.

Steve Ferns
42 Posted 25/05/2017 at 14:50:45
He's like a new signing!!!
Clive Rogers
43 Posted 25/05/2017 at 19:14:41
Kenwright should stump up £10m or so as compensation, from what he got from Moshiri for his shares, as he was the idiot who appointed the idiot who signed him.
Paul Kossoff
44 Posted 25/05/2017 at 19:52:03
Give the lad a chance, he has to be better than Kone and we've put up with that useless prat for four years!
Rick Pattinson
45 Posted 26/05/2017 at 07:12:13
He will be 'like a new signing' – the legend returns!
Clive Rogers
46 Posted 26/05/2017 at 10:00:44
Paul (#44),

Koeman has told him he will never play for the first team again.

Ernie Baywood
47 Posted 26/05/2017 at 11:45:05
One more goal and he would have been the second highest league goalscorer at the club... in a fraction of the games.
Alexander Murphy
48 Posted 26/05/2017 at 18:33:25
Ernie, now that really is a scary statistic.
Damian Wilde
49 Posted 26/05/2017 at 18:40:29
Can people not come up a better gag than 'he'll be like a new signing'? Struth!
Nicholas Ryan
50 Posted 26/05/2017 at 21:45:43
Couldn't Niasse's Hull career be summed up by something like: 'Sometimes ungainly, sometimes raw, but scored a few important goals'.

Is that really so bad?!

Jon Withey
51 Posted 17/06/2017 at 09:57:07
Doesn't matter how good or bad he is, Koeman wants rid – given the silly money thrown around at the moment, surely somebody will want to pay £10m for someone who scores goals in the Premier League.

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