Report: Player earning £50,000 a week close to leaving Everton

Everton striker Neal Maupay is reportedly close to a move to Brentford.

Accordingly The Daily MailEverton striker Neal Maupay is on the verge of a move to Premier League rivals Brentford on the last day of the summer transfer window.

According to the report, Maupay will now undergo a medical at Brentford before signing a loan deal with his former club.

Brentford are keen to sign a forward today as Ivan Toney is currently suspended and unavailable until January 2024.

Maupay was in the Brentford squad from 2017 to 2019 before joining Brighton and Hove Albion.

Everton could make a mistake with the potential departure of Neal Maupay

We don’t think Everton should let Neal Maupay go today.

It could prove to be a big mistake.

While Maupay hasn’t fared well for Everton, the £50,000-a-week (Spotrac) The 27-year-old is still a very good player.

Neal Maupay
Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

After all, Brentford are interested in signing him and the Bees would not sign a player they don’t think will be a success.

The Frenchman is not a striker and Everton manager Sean Dyche will need to use him at his best position and to his strengths.

Everton struggled to score last season and have struggled to score this season as well.

Maupay is a player who can facilitate Score goals.

The Frenchman has made 131 appearances in the Premier League in his career so far.

The forward has scored 27 goals and provided seven assists in those games.

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