Date: 13th May 2020 at 7:30am
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Carlo Ancelotti has a decision to make at right-back next season, with Seamus Coleman, Jonjoe Kenny and Djibril Sidibe at his disposal.

Coleman turns 32 in October and is in the eve of his career while Sidibe may not be signed permanently after struggling for form since the turn of the year, so Kenny may have a chance of featuring for Everton in 2020/21.

The 23-year-old has impressed on loan at Schalke and is a homegrown talent, so a lot of supporters from Everton Football Club Fans want to see him given a chance.

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Everton's Cenk Tosun reacts to a missed chance v Southampton

Which club did Everton loan Cenk Tosun out to in January?

Thabonegi Isaac Siame: “I want him to come back.”

Claire Marie Flanagan: “Keep him.”

Tom Richardson: “Bring him back in.”

Chris Theobald: “Bring him back. It’s vital. It’s a must.”

Charlie Dennis: “Jonjoe is coming back to Everton.”

James Stephen: “He shouldn’t be on loan at Schalke. That’s a massive failing by us not playing him.”

Jean Breeze: “He was a good player when he was here. He’s getting better all the time.”

Andy Jones: “Keep him 100%.”

Nigel Harris: “Keep him and play him regular.”

Colin Devitt: “Make him a regular.”

Ryan Hallett: “Bring him back. He’s an Everton local lad.”

Andy Billington: “Looks the best option at the club for next season.”

Ben Deller: “Give him until January. If he’s not good enough by then bring someone else in.”

Kenny rose through the youth ranks to the first-team in 2016 and has gone on to make 40 appearances in all competitions, making three assists.

The former England U21 international’s last outing in an Everton shirt came in their 3-2 defeat to Newcastle United on March 9, 2019, but he’s restored his reputation out on loan.

Kenny joined Schalke 04 last summer and has shone at the Veltins-Arena, so much so that the Bundesliga outfit want to turn the move permanent. The right-back is keen to stay in Germany too, so his Everton future is somewhat in the air.

Supporters have made it clear that they want him back, however.

Read Crippy Cooke’s previous article

 

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