Former Everton winger tells El Ghazi not to join them as they’re s***
‘Everton? Don’t do it! What a s*** club!’ Former Toffees winger Andy van der Meyde urges Anwar El Ghazi against joining his old club after Aston Villa loanee admits he has interest from the Premier League this summer
- Andy van der Meyde has branded his former team Everton a ‘s***’ club
- The Dutchman advised Anwar El Ghazi not to move to them this summer
- El Ghazi revealed he is being pursued by an unnamed Premier League club
Andy van der Meyde branded former club Everton ‘s***’ as he urged Aston Villa star Anwar El Ghazi not to join them.
El Ghazi, who is on a season-long at Villa from Lille, revealed that a number of clubs are interested in signing him this summer.
The Villa winger claimed one of the clubs pursuing him is in the Premier League, but would not reveal which team it was.
Andy van der Meyde called former club Everton ‘s***’ as he urged Anwar El Ghazi not to join
The Aston Villa loanee is likely to be on the move in the summer with Lille ready to sell him
Van der Meyde, who was present in the Voetbal Primeur studio as El Ghazi made the admission, advised him to stay well away from Everton.
The Dutchman, who spent four seasons at Everton between 2005-2009, said to El Ghazi, who was speaking to VTBL via facetime: ‘Don’t do it. What a s*** club. Don’t do it! There you go broke. Just look at me.’
Van der Meyde moved to Merseyside after spending two seasons at Inter Milan, but failed to live up to expectations, eventually returning to his homeland with PSV.
El Ghazi revealed one club interested in signing him is in the Premier League
He failed to score a single goal for the club and made just 24 appearances for the Toffees in all competitions during his time at Goodison Park.
El Ghazi, meanwhile, is this week preparing for Villa’s play-off final against Derby on Monday.
The former Ajax winger has enjoyed a decent end to the season and could find himself in the Premier League with Villa next season with the club reportedly interested in making his move permanent.
van der Meyde, who spent four season at Everton, advised El Ghazi to stay well away from club
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