Everton Loan Summary: November Report
Only the six players are currently on loan from Everton at the moment, but how are they doing so far?
Below we’ll take a look …
Moise Kean – PSG
While Kean’s move to Paris has raised many eyebrows, it’s fair to say that his move has been a significant success so far.
In November, he started at the top of PSG’s three Ligue 1 games, scoring two goals. He also played the full 90 minutes in their 2-1 loss to Leipzig, helping PSG’s goal, as he was a late substitute as the teams met again a few weeks later.
If things continue unsuccessfully, PSG could look to sign Kean permanently next summer. The good news for the Evertonians is that they currently have no sort of ‘buy-in’ option on the player, which means the ball will be firmly in Everton’s court when it comes to negotiations.
Appearances: 8 (2)
Nathan Markelo – Twente
Unfortunately, a medial collateral ligament injury kept Markelo from going out for the entire month of November.
Appearances: 0 (2)
Dennis Adeniran – Wycombe Wanderers
After a miserable start to life in the Wycombe Championship in which they lost their first five games, the Wanderers have started to find their feet and have lost just one of their last seven.
November was a bit mixed for Adeniran. He started in the club’s first eight games, but after being substituted in the 64th minute of their 2-1 win over Birmingham City, he was then left on the bench for his loss to Nottingham Forest and impressive draw with Brentford.
Fortunately, Adeniran made his return to the starting lineup and started in their draws with Huddersfield and Derby County – although he was substituted in the second half of both games.
Appearances: 10 (0)
Lewis Gibson – Lecture
Reading has had a good start to the season, which means Lewis Gibson had to wait a long time to get a chance in the squad.
Unfortunately, this luck did not go well at all.
Reading hosted Stoke City at – for this game in early November, but the Royals were turned 3-0, with his failed back pass sending the Potters forward for their third of the day.
He’s been back on the bench ever since.
Appearances: 0 (0)
Callum Connolly – Fleetwood Town
A largely positive month for Connolly and Fleetwood.
After losing to Charlton in the league and to Hull in England Cup earlier this month, the cod army then beat Sunderland in the EFL Trophy, beating the record of emphatic wins over Bristol Rovers (4-1) and Plymouth (5-1), before drawing a 1-1 draw with Sunderland.
Connolly played the full 90s at center-back in all games except the EFL Trophy draw, captained the team against Plymouth and also scored the equalizer against Sunderland.
Appearances: 9 (0)
It’s a positive return to Southampton for Walcott so far.
The fast veteran has been used in a variety of attacking roles, but he appears to be settling into a center-forward role with Danny Ings injured. He collected an assist against Newcastle and scored against Wolves this month, although he missed a glorious opportunity to put Saints 2-0 against Wolves, shortly before being reduced to 1-1 .
Appearances: 5 (0)