Conor Coady left with uncertain future after falling out of favour on loan at Everton

06/05/2023 7comments  |  Jump to last

Conor Coady is facing an uncertain future, according to The Mail, after failing to appear in Everton’s last 10 matches. The centre-back is coming to the end of his season-long loan at Everton, who have an option to buy him for £4.5M from Wolves.

But Coady has not started a game since Everton’s 2-0 home defeat by Aston Villa on 25 February with boss Sean Dyche preferring the partnership of James Tarkowski and Michael Keane, who both worked for him at Burnley.

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Dennis Stevens
1 Posted 07/05/2023 at 01:25:49
Well, he can probably feel confident that we won't have the £4.5 million to buy him at the end of the season.
Alan J Thompson
2 Posted 07/05/2023 at 05:32:57
I can't see that Coady will be made a permanent Everton player unless the manager sees Tarkowski, Keane, Godfrey, Holgate and Branthwaite as inadequate cover or at least two of them join Mina in departing.

You also have to ask if some of those mentioned won't be required to raise cash and reduce the wage bill at the same time as I can't see this Board being able to manage the budget and improve the playing squad at the same time, whether that be another relegation battle or a push for promotion.

Danny Baily
3 Posted 07/05/2023 at 07:11:35
We did well to hold fire on making this transfer permanent. There will be better options for next season.
Colin Glassar
4 Posted 07/05/2023 at 07:16:34
Danny, I think Titus Bramble has retired.
Jim Bennings
5 Posted 07/05/2023 at 17:23:00

Don't bet on mate lol

If Dyche is still here we've already got next season's starting central defensive partnership with Keane and Tarkowski.

Pat Kelly
6 Posted 07/05/2023 at 20:39:26
At least Coady will remain in the Premier League…
James Hughes
7 Posted 07/05/2023 at 21:05:36
We conceded fewer goals per game with Coady in the team in comparison to Michael Keane. Plus he was vocal on the pitch.

Keane just reminds me of the old Action Man toy and he is about as mobile as a bit of plastic.

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