Lots of Everton fans have been hailing Muhamed Besic as Fourth Official has reported that he has travelled to Scotland ahead of a medical with Steven Gerrard’s Rangers, and assuming that it is successful, will join up with the Gers on loan for the rest of the 2020/21 term.
Indeed, the 28-year old has not played a single game for the Merseyside club since 2017, and so perhaps it is a wise idea to let him go before the summer transfer window officially shuts, even if it is only on a loan deal.
Should Everton sell Besic?
Besic played in nine games in the Premier League while out on loan to Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United in the 2019/20 term, showing his desire to get stuck into duels by winning 2.4 of his on average each match, according to Sofascore.
These members of the Goodison Park faithful hailed the Bosnia international on Twitter, with one EFC supporter, perhaps in a satirical manner, even claiming that ‘he’ll launch Scott Brown,’ referring to a potential battle in the centre of midfield in the Old Firm derbies with Celtic, and another Toffee labelling him as a ‘solid player:’
He is a solid player, got a good detemined attitude on the pitch. Just didnt work out for us.
— James Harper (@JamesHarper93) October 2, 2020
Reckon he’d actually do a good job in Scotland never got too much of a look in with us
— Callum (@Haugheyyy) October 2, 2020
Nice one 👏👏
— L A Whitehead (@leetosh121226) October 2, 2020
I think he will do very well in Scotland, decent player
— Kevin (@KevinHodnett2) October 2, 2020
Good move for him, though guaranteed to get a red in the old firm match.
— Damian Collins (@damiancollins12) October 2, 2020
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