Everton’s fringe player Muhamed Besic is being linked with a possible loan move to Rangers – and some Toffees fans on Twitter have responded by claiming his exit would make sense and are suggesting he could do well in Scotland.
Bosnian outlet Sportske report that Besic is not involved in the first-team plans of Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti this season and is allowed to depart Goodison Park.
It is understood that Scottish giants Rangers are possible suitors for the central midfielder and any kind of deal to take him to Ibrox would be on loan.
Besic has been on the books at Everton since 2014, but he’s just made just 56 appearances across all competitions during that time and had a couple of frustrating years that were plagued with injuries.
The 28-year-old has spent some time in recent seasons out on loan with Sheffield United and more successfully Middlesbrough, but the defensive enforcer has been unable to break into Ancelotti’s plans and hasn’t been involved in the match days squads so far this season.
It makes sense for the Bosnia international to seek a move elsewhere, as he’s still got plenty of quality in the midfield and the competition in the centre of the park at Everton right now is tough.
A selection of Everton supporters on social media agree that sending Besic out on loan makes sense for all parties involved.
Here are some Everton fans on Besic:
Be a great signing for them!!
— Mike Cosgrove (@Michael10449114) October 2, 2020
— Brisbane Evertonians 🇦🇺 (@BE_Toffees) October 2, 2020
Good move for him and everton
— David (@David42797784) October 2, 2020
Please gerrard do us a favour fella
— Harry (@Harrys1878nsno) October 2, 2020
Hmmm, we need to shift playets but this would help Gerrard succeed. Torn over this.
— Andrew Macauley (@edscouse247) October 2, 2020
We desperately need to shift players before monday, it’s getting silly
— Liam James ⚡ (@LiamJC64775919) October 2, 2020
think he could do good for them tbh
— ☆ (@Lixinct) October 2, 2020
Might be a good fit. Would boss that league I would think.
— Ryan Williams (@RyanSoccerAA) October 2, 2020