The 21 year-old has an offer on the table from Everton to re-sign with the club after his existing contract expires at the end of this month but hasn't put pen to paper yet.
He spent most of last season recovering from a broken leg suffered while he was on loan at Brentford but marked his return to fitness by being named in the first-team squad by Roberto Martinez at the end of the Premier League campaign.
Football League World claim that the London side are keen on bringing McAleny back, however, on a permanent basis along with Uwe Rosler at Wigan Athletic, the man who first brought the player to Brentford on loan when he was manager at Griffin Park.
Original Source: Football League World
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818 Posted 25/06/2014 at 00:28:21
822 Posted 25/06/2014 at 00:48:54
He only need look at the number of former players that have left us to further their careers only to fall by the wayside.
Conor, you know it makes sense, lad — stay where you are and develop your skills to become a great player.
833 Posted 25/06/2014 at 02:02:18
If he is not getting the right signals from Everton then he should look to what is best for himself and if he decides that is somewhere other than Finch Farm / Goodison then good luck to him.
842 Posted 25/06/2014 at 06:55:09
857 Posted 25/06/2014 at 08:32:16
McAleny is a different proposition and is almost certain to get some playing time next year, albeit from a start in the Carling Cup or in Europe. He may be best advised to hang around till the next transfer window to see what happens. It is hard to call as Wigan under Rosler must be attractive offer.
873 Posted 25/06/2014 at 10:00:34
If he signs a contract then clubs from the Championship might be priced out of it.
I wouldn't be surprised if he left at all.
131 Posted 26/06/2014 at 11:33:39
Thanks for them – Conor and us would suit each other down to the ground.
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