By Amir Mir
Aiden McGeady has hinted that his career at Everton could be over after stating that he is not part of Ronald Koeman’s plans.
The 30-year-old attacker is on loan at Championship outfit Preston after making a move to the Lancashire club at the start of the season.
McGeady failed to make the first three matchday squads in the early weeks of the campaign for the Toffees as he then opted to join Simon Grayson’s side.
He has since been a key figure in the team producing good performances in the league following their promotion to the second tier in 2015.
The former Celtic man offered an honest assessment about his future at Goodison Park as he fears his career at the club could be over.
“It’s at the back of my mind,” McGeady told the Lancashire Evening Post. “I’ve still got another year at Everton but I think it is quite clear that I’m not part of the manager’s plans there. I will see how it goes until the end of the season and see what happens in the summer.”
McGeady joined Everton during the January transfer window of 2014 when he made a switch from Russian side Spartak Moscow.
During his time at the Merseyside club, he made 43 appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal and supplying seven assists.
Now, he is playing for Preston where he has been a part of 20 Championship and FA Cup games this term, scoring three goals and supplying six assists.
As a result, Grayson’s team are 11th in the league table on 45 points from their 31 games, having picked up a number of impressive wins during the campaign.
They include beating the likes of Aston Villa, promotion chasers Brighton and most recently picking up three points against Brentford.
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