Everton decides against permanent switch for defender Conor Coady
Everton has made a decision that may shock some fans. The club has decided not to take up the option of turning Conor Coady’s season-long loan move from Wolves into a permanent switch, despite his impressive displays. Coady, aged 30, made 25 appearances for the Toffees and scored two goals during his time at Goodison Park. He even started in their final game of the season against Bournemouth which saw them secure their top-flight status.
However, he only played six times under Sean Dyche who took over as manager in January. In addition to this news, Everton also confirmed that defender Ruben Vinagre will return to Sporting Lisbon following his loan spell with the club. “We want to sincerely thank Conor and Ruben for their impeccable professionalism and valuable contributions both on and off the pitch during their time with the club,” said Everton director of football Kevin Thelwell.
“We wish both players all the best in their futures.” This unexpected decision by Everton is sure to raise eyebrows amongst fans and pundits alike. Nevertheless, it remains unclear what led to this outcome or if there are any future plans with regards to replacing these defenders in preparation for next season’s campaign.
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