Jonjoe Kenny has been urged to leave Everton and move to a club where he will play week in and week out by Gabby Agbonlahor.
Speaking to Football Insider, the former Aston Villa and England striker was asked if the time is right for the England U21 international to leave the Goodison Park faithful on a permanent deal:
“Yes, 100 per cent.
“If Coleman is out injured and you’re not starting and he’s playing Holgate out of position, you know your time is up.
“He needs to definitely look to move on and go somewhere where he will play week in, week out every game, for sure.”
Kenny needs to leave Everton
Kenny definitely needs to leave the Merseyside club if he wants to play more regular first team football.
Should Kenny be given a chance at Everton?
The 23-year-old has only played in a mere seven games in total in all competitions so far in the 2020/21 term, and has only completed the full 90 minutes on two separate occasions, which were both in the EFL Cup (Transfermarkt).
With captain Seamus Coleman still at the club, and the likes of Mason Holgate being able to fill in at the right-back position in his absence, it is difficult to see where Kenny will get any game time under Carlo Ancelotti.
Thus, it would be a wise idea for the Toffees to cash in on him while he is still at a relatively good age, and being English may add to a potential transfer fee if any clubs come knocking at the door for his signature.
Nonetheless, Kenny needs to leave the Blues in order to kickstart his footballing career.
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