Tom Davies has now shared who he will miss when he leaves Everton at the end of this month.
Indeed, Davies has struggled for first team football under the stewardship of successive managers at Everton and moves on to seek playing time elsewhere.
The 24-year-old has taken to Instagram to post a farewell message to the Toffees, stating: “I am proud to have given all I had in every moment I could. Thank you all again…for everything. You have made a young lads dream come true!”
In response to Davies’ touching message, Everton defender Mason Holgate posted: “The greatest.”
Davies himself then replied to Holgate, stating: “god I’m gonna miss you.”
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Tom Davies leaves Everton on good terms
Tom Davies had a stellar debut campaign for the Blues back in 2016/17 but having played under eight permanent managers since then, it is easy to see how a player’s development can be hindered.
No doubt the instability at the club, both on and off the pitch, has been a less than ideal time for a young talent to make their mark at Everton, and Davies is certainly a victim of that.
Perhaps also a victim of his versatility, Davies can play across the midfield and perform a number of duties, and consequently struggled to nail down a specific role.
Heavily linked with Serie A side Monza, Davies now has the opportunity to develop a career for himself elsewhere and at just 24-years-old, he still has room for growth.
It is a shame it did not work out for Tom Davies at Everton, but no doubt he moves on with the best wishes of the club’s fanbase