February 29, 2024

Everton are facing a crucial dilemma in the January transfer window in whether to allow Arnaut Danjuma to leave the club in the immediate future, with Villarreal growing increasingly frustrated, according to the Daily Mail.

The newspaper reported via their website on 22 January that, while Ligue 1 club Lyon have made it clear they would like to take Danjuma on loan, there is no break clause in the agreement between Villarreal and Everton.

This leaves the decisions in the hands of Everton and Sean Dyche. Villarreal are concerned about the value of their asset, while Dyche insists the forward has played a key role recently.

Time to make a decision

With just over a week remaining in the transfer window, the time has surely come for Everton to make their decision on Danjuma’s future, with Villarreal and Lyon continuing to apply pressure as they would both like him to leave Goodison Park this winter.

However, if Everton are to let him leave, they would need to bring in a replacement before the window closes. That leaves eight days to arrange a one-in-one-out situation at Goodison Park.

Dyche and the club will not want to risk the strength in depth in their squad, with Danjuma’s role as a backup so far this season being key in case of any injuries due to a significant lack of depth out wide or up front.



If the last two games are anything to go by, Dyche has no intention of letting the Dutchman leave. He has started both games amid the insistence that he remains a key player for Everton after the main issue was surrounding his game time.


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