Supporters of Everton have aired that they want Muhamed Besic back at Goodison Park after his goal for Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
The 27-year-old midfielder netted his first goal of the season in the Blades’ 2-0 victory over Millwall in Saturday’s FA Cup clash between the two (per BBC) and after it was shared to Everton supporters (via Everton News Feed), they wanted him back.
? Mo Besic scored in Sheffield United’s 2-0 win against Millwall in the FA Cup 4th Round pic.twitter.com/vVPqF16hsN
— The USM Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) January 25, 2020
Get him back, better than Davies at least he would get stuck in
— Shaun Armstrong (@BluenoseOT84) January 26, 2020
Bring him back !
— ian lawton (@ianlawton7) January 25, 2020
Still technically an Everton player. Only on loan to them. Maybe not the answer in the medium/long run, but is he really worse than Delph & Schneiderlin? We get rid of the wrong players, or at the very least, in the wrong order. https://t.co/XrcV0CXWDw
— UpperGwladysBlue (@UpperGwladysBlu) January 26, 2020
Would Muhamed Besic provide a better option for Everton than Morgan Schneiderlin?
Yes, he would be better for us
No, neither are great options
The Blades secured the services of the Bosnia and Herzegovina man over the summer, signing him from Merseyside on a season-long loan deal (as per Sky Sports).
Since signing for Chris Wilder’s side, Besic has featured in 13 games in all competitions, in which he has one goal and two yellow cards (as per Transfermarkt), leaving some fans thinking he would be a useful player.
Besic is good enough, he is just an injury prone player because he throws himself into silly challenges as he is so passionate. I would of kept hold of Besic and Vlasic. These two are certainly better than Schneiderlin and Walcott.
— Richard Hughes (@Puckyou1912) January 26, 2020
Defo better than Schniederlin, probably on par with Delph considering the disparity in wages, preferred option which is unbelievable.
— The Toffeeist (@TheToffeeist) January 26, 2020
Personally I always he was worth a punt on a regular run in our midfield.
— Chris Brennan (@Db53debbie) January 26, 2020
What do we think?
Besic will be an Everton player again, for the summer at least, due to having another year on his contract after his loan deal at Bramall Lane expires in May (as per Transfermarkt).
With a 6.33/10 average rating in the Premier League so far this term (per WhoScored), though, it is likely that Carlo Ancelotti is setting his sights a little higher than a return for the 27-year-old (per Liverpool Echo).