The 23-year-old Swiss forward was signed by Roberto Martinez two-and-a-half years ago in what appeared to be something of a coup for the Toffees given Tarshaj's billing at the time as the next Xerdan Shaqiri.
Having spent a largely unconvincing period on loan with Eintracht Frankfurt and then suffering a serious knee injury last year that required surgery, Tarashaj's Everton career has never got going.
According to the Liverpool Echo, he has been allowed to train with Grasshopper this month rather than at Finch Farm to perhaps land a transfer back to the club from which Everton signed him for £3m in January 2016.
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1 Posted 05/07/2018 at 19:57:14
2 Posted 05/07/2018 at 20:02:00
3 Posted 05/07/2018 at 20:05:38
Almost forgot about him to be honest, but wish him all the best for his future.
4 Posted 05/07/2018 at 20:26:58
Only kidding, but has anyone been bought by Everton and stayed so long without ever playing a game?
5 Posted 05/07/2018 at 22:04:22
I'll always give Roberto top honors for the window-closing coup of getting Barry and Lukaku in. Made that first season.
His signings were terrible otherwise. Got himself hired by an aging, wily, old show-biz veteran and played him for a fucking chump.
Koeman and Walsh get the stick they earned. Earned. Let's not forget the guy started the downward slide, though.
Belgium's Head Coach. You really have to hand it to him.
6 Posted 05/07/2018 at 22:20:58
7 Posted 05/07/2018 at 22:50:43
8 Posted 06/07/2018 at 01:36:54
9 Posted 06/07/2018 at 04:37:08
Buy proven players instead even though it will cost you more.
10 Posted 06/07/2018 at 05:05:21
11 Posted 06/07/2018 at 17:55:24
Andy van der Meyde (though there are rumours he wandered onto the pitch a couple of times).
12 Posted 08/07/2018 at 17:04:19
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