Everton fans already dreaming of who could follow Marcel Brands to Goodison

Paola Ditto
Mag 17, 2018

PSV Eindhoven have confirmed that their technical director, Marcel Brands, will leave the club and move to Everton this summer, where he will be appointed as the Director of Football at Goodison Park.

Manufacturers stated: 'It's a privilege to be becoming a member of Everton as director of soccer and I'm extremely excited to tackle this problem.

Marcel Brands has been confrmed as Everton's new Director of Football.

The 56-year-old informed the Dutch outfit's board on Wednesday that he will be leaving to take up a new role with the Blues on June 1.

The Premier League is of course a great thing.

Brands said in a statement, "It is no straightforward challenge but this must be our motivation each and every day".

Given their latest acquisition's reputation as one of the best talent spotters in Dutch football, Everton fans have already begun to speculate on who could arrive at the club this summer on Brands' recommendation, with talented playmaker Hakim Ziyech and Mexico global Hirving Lozano already popular shouts.

"It was clear to me in our conversations that he shares in the vision we have for the club and he has much to contribute in making us better and more equipped to challenge the top teams in the Premier League".

'It is just a problem akin to this which may have persuaded me to depart PSV the place I'm indebted to the many individuals whose collective effort led to some nice achievements.

Chairman Bill Kenwright said: "I would like to welcome Marcel to Everton Football Club and I'm looking forward to working with him. Now we will look to build something really strong and lasting here at Everton".

Having confirmed Sam Allardyce's departure earlier on Wednesdaday, Walsh has also paid the price for his horrific spending spree of last summer when only Jordan Pickford emerged with credit for a vast outlay exceeding £100 million.

Walsh arrived on Merseyside with an impressive reputation after being credited with helping Leicester City's unlikely Premier League title triumph.

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