Premier League executive says £15 million player “looks sharper” since leaving…..

Thomas Frank, the manager of Brentford, thinks that Neal Maupay is now “sharper” after leaving Everton and moving back to West London.

Neal Maupay left Everton on the day of the transfer deadline, and he is now becoming better at Brentford.

Thomas Frank, the manager of Brentford, reached that conclusion after watching Maupay score a goal for the Bees on Saturday.

Many believed that Maupay would never score again after he missed an easy goal against Chelsea the previous weekend.

But on Saturday, the much-needed respite came as Maupay scored the first goal in a 3-2 victory over West Ham United.

Everton loanee Thomas Frank is praised Allen Maupay

After joining Everton in 2022 for about £15 million from Brighton and Hove Albion, Maupay had a very miserable season.

At Goodison Park, the 27-year-old was a dismal failure, scoring only one goal in 29 outings across all competitions.

Maupay was allowed to leave Everton by the deadline, which allowed him to rejoin his former team on loan at Brentford.

With Brentford, Maupay had what was maybe the best time of his career, which earned him a transfer to Brighton in 2019.

Now that he is back with the Bees, Maupay is hitting the mark and receiving compliments from manager Frank.

The Dane declared to BBC Sport that he was “overjoyed” to see Maupay score on Saturday.

Frank went on to say that he now believes Maupay has returned to his previous self and appears “sharper” after leaving Everton.

“I can’t help but smile at him. Frank said, “I’m so happy that we won and that he scored.” “He has put forth a great deal of effort to return to this level. He’s been starting to resemble the Neal I know again during the past three weeks. He also added, “He looks sharper.”

Maupay is unlikely to play for Everton in the future.

Frank might be persuaded to take advantage of Brentford’s 2024 option to make Maupay a permanent fixture.

We don’t think Maupay will be able to stay at Everton, even if Brentford decides not to bring him back on a permanent basis.

During the summer, the Toffees made two acquisitions of strikers: Portuguese forward Beto and Youssef Chermiti.

Maupay had no effect at Everton, and regardless of how his season plays out, it’s fair to say that his time with the Toffees is done.


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