Everton forward Ademola Lookman has been tipped for a bright future at the club by defender Michael Keane, who sees first hand in training what the youngster can do.
Lookman had another great game against Bournemouth at the weekend, following his opening goal against Lincoln in the FA Cup a week before, and Keane says there is a bright future ahead for Lookman.
You can get great odds on Lookman continuing his scoring form with the Bethard bonus code for 2019 and it looks like there are plenty willing to back him both in and out of the bookies.
Lookman burst onto the scene after a big money move from Charlton Athletic by scoring Everton’s fourth against Manchester City two years ago, but he found opportunities in the first team hard to come by and spent the end of last season on loan at RB Leipzig in Germany.
Having beefed up and found his scoring boots again, Lookman was convinced to stay at Goodison Park and fight for his place in the first team, and it looks as though that move has worked out for him at last.
Keane told the official site, “Everyone can see that quality he’s got in training.
“He’s had to be patient this season and wait for his chance.
“I think he showed what he can do today, and I think he’s shown it in glimpses throughout the season.
“He’s a very talented player and he’s only young, too, so he’s only going to get better. I think he’s got a lot of experienced players around him to talk to, to give him advice.
“The world is his oyster if he can keep improving.”
Keane knows all about competition for places as he finds himself fighting for two places among a trio of excellent central defenders in Kurt Zouma and Yerry Mina.
“It’s a tough decision for the manager, who to pick every week,” he said.
“Whoever I have played with, I think we have formed a good partnership.
“I’m really comfortable playing with them all.
“Yerry and Kurt are both fantastic players. Me and Kurt got the shirts this week and we did well and kept a clean sheet.
“There is a lot of competition for places in that position – I think that’s what keeps us going. It pushes us on and helps us to get better.”
Every manager wants to have a tough choice, and at Everton it’s refreshing to see that we have got that choice at the back.
Latest posts by NSNO Staff (see all)
- Silva, Mina and Baines Attend EitC Disability Awards - October 23, 2019
- Silva: I know what I’m doing - October 19, 2019
- Gbamin heads to theatre as recovery put back - October 16, 2019
- Can Everton overturn early season woes? - October 14, 2019