Everton midfielder, Mo Besic, is set to leave the club this summer after finding out he will not be part of Carlo Ancelotti’s plans at Goodison Park.
The Liverpool Echo reports that the 27-year-old is on the hunt for a new club. However, he Besic apparently remains confident of landing a Premier League move after a fairly successful spell with Sheffield United earlier in the campaign.
Despite making a handful of appearances, the Blades were impressed with the Bosnian during his time in Sheffield.
Besic stepped in for Oli Norwood and John Lundstram when needed and scored a crucial winning goal in the FA Cup against Millwall.
But his time with Everton seems to be at an end. Since returning from Bramall Lane, Besic has apparently been informed he is free to look for a new club in the summer.
A return to the Blades is not out of the question. The midfielder was popular among fans in Sheffield, especially after he delivered a crunching tackle on Manchester City star, Aymeric Laporte.
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Despite spending last season in the Championship with Middlesbrough, Besic is an international midfielder who is more than capable of holding his own in the PL.
A move, then, should be on the cards. And while Sheffield United might not go back for him, he’d make a perfect signing for any newly-promoted side.
Strong, tenacious, and with top-flight experience, Besic could be the ideal free transfer for a number of clubs in England.