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Everton star’s agent opens door to summer Serie A move

Everton star's agent opens door to summer Serie A move
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Neal Maupay’s agent, Federico Pastorello, has suggested that his client could leave Everton and join a Serie A team during the summer transfer window.

Pastorello’s comments follow Maupay’s lackluster performance at Everton, where he has only scored one goal in the Premier League since joining the club from Brighton & Hove Albion.

With Maupay frequently in and out of the team, Pastorello has acknowledged the possibility of his departure from Everton, with Serie A being mentioned as a potential new home for the French striker.

The agent’s remarks come with 12 games remaining in the Premier League season.

“We had a strong negotiation with Salernitana, then he went to Everton.”

“There was a managerial change, we are at the end of the season and we’ll see what to do. He sees Serie A as a place to go, we will work to accommodate him, probably there will be work for him in Italy”, he said.

Whether Everton manages to avoid relegation from the Premier League or not, it might be necessary for the club to acknowledge that Neal Maupay was not a good signing and let him go to Serie A, as suggested by his agent.

Maupay was not known for his scoring ability even during his time at Brighton, and it is not unexpected that he has struggled even more at Everton, a team that is performing poorly.

This situation should serve as a lesson for Everton to be more prudent and discerning in their future transfer dealings.

Everton make ‘jaw-dropping’ Bramley-Moore Dock development

According to the Liverpool Echo, Everton Football Club is renovating a building close to their new Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium in order to preserve the iconic Prince Rupert’s Tower.

The club is currently working on their new stadium, with plans to move away from Goodison Park at the beginning of the 2024/25 season.

The Prince Rupert’s Tower, situated on Everton Brow, has been a significant part of the club’s history for many years, and it is reported that the board is aiming to recreate the tower’s image near their new stadium.

The restoration work on a grade II-listed building, a historic hydraulic tower and engine room, will also provide fans with a remarkable entrance to the new stadium site.

By preserving an essential part of the club’s history, Everton’s new stadium will have a unique character that is often missing in modern stadiums.

Although leaving Goodison Park will be an emotional moment, the club’s supporters are aware of the need for a move, and the new stadium’s location in the city center will be an attractive proposition for younger fans, which could help the club generate more revenue and attract better players.

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