Everton are reportedly plotting to enter contract talks with David Henen as he approaches the end of his current deal at Goodison Park.
However Henen, 21, must not even think twice and reject any possible offer that he gets out of hand.
The Liverpool Echo has previously reported that the centre-forward is approaching the end of his contract at Everton and could leave Merseyside in the summer.
The Belgian striker signed for the Toffees from Olympiacos in 2014 on an initial loan deal that was later made permanent after he clearly impressed during his temporary stay.
However in almost four years at Goodison Park, Henen has not even come close to a senior debut, with his only first-team experience in England coming in 11 appearances on loan at Fleetwood.
At the age of 21, players should have at least a good amount of experience under their belt or else it can severely hamper their development.
Henen has been restricted to Premier League 2 football with the Under-23s and while he can still play for that team for another couple of years, it makes no sense for him to continue plying his trade against teenagers and quit the Toffees before it’s too late.
The former Anderlecht and Olympiacos youngster can still achieve great things in his career – just not at Everton.
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