Amid Deadline Day reports, it appeared David Henen was set to leave the club, on loan, with both Lille in France, and Championship side Queens Park Rangers both rumoured to be interested in the Belgian Forward. However, no move materialised, amid to reports Koeman blocked any potiential move from materialising, amid new reports that David, had been promoted to the first team, following the club’s failure, to attract a new striker to the club.
David joined Fleetwood Town on loan in 2015 and played 12 games and scored 1 goal
Since David joined the club in 2014, he has yet to feature in a Match Day Squad for the first team, and has had one loan spell away from the club, at Fleetwood Town, where he scored just a solitary goal in eleven appearances, bringing into question weather David is good enough for the Everton first team at all.
Henen posted this image to his Instagram on Deadline Day saying “It’s just about timing”
What are his chances of the first team at all? He is probably the lowest down in the pecking out of the ‘rest of the first team squad’. That being if he has actually been promoted to the first team.Out wide and upfront, the Blues have Aaron Lennon, Kevin Mirallas, Nikola Vlasic, Ademola Lookman, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Wayne Rooney and Sandro Ramirez all ahead of him in Ronald Koeman’s selection, which perhaps suggests Henen is still quite a distance from the first team.
However, with 6 Europa League to Premier League, Thursday to Sunday transitions and also the visit of Simon Grayson’s Sunderland side, the squad will be have to be stretched and Koeman will have to utilise his squad. This means IF Henen has been promoted to the first team, there is a chance Koeman may call upon the Belgian under-21 international.
– Louis (@LouisCrawford)