Brentford re-sign Neal Maupay from Everton on loan | "It feels good to be here"Sep 02, 2023
Sky Mobile sponsors the transfer window on Sky Sports News, let's get to some breaking news, can we show those pictures a short time ago of Neil Mopay arriving at Brentford's training grounds leaving Everton on
loan, but Brentford left him too late or not? for Duma olau can give us the answer for dumo, well we have been waiting patiently all afternoon but we can now confirm that Neil mopay has
signed for Brentford on a
loanto buy deal and we have the opportunity to speak to him a little before before I left and this is what I had to say: A familiar place to you, oh it's a little bigger than when I was t
here, yeah leave me a little so I'm so happy to be a movie, such a
goodday, yes you definitely had a fantastic couple of years here at Brentford from 2017 to 2019 so 41 goals in 95 games expect similar success with Thomas Mack now.
It will definitely be in a major league so it will be more difficult, but I'm looking forward to working with him again and with my new teammates, some of them I've already known before and I can't wait. to start, start again, like I said, this is, you know, I feel like I'm here, so it's a great feeling, it's quite different from the championship society you're in now, this Premier League team that's been rising in the rankings. what are your expectations and hopes for this season, it's a tough question but Brentford are an amazing club going in the right direction, getting better every season with great players so I just want to be part of the club's history again and just help the club to win games and be a threat in the Premier League and I think they already are and I just got into this and got on the page and did my things well.
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The 27 year old was a firm favorite with Brentford fans while he was here, he had a very successful period with the club and also in the Championship and unfortunately didn't find the same success with Everton only scoring once at Goodison Park but it will. I hope to match that success here at Brentford with Thomas Frank, so it's an exciting period for the fans, an exciting period for him and he has an option to buy at the end of that loan period, so Neil Mope is now a player of Brentford and we hope that we will. I'll probably see him after that transfer long after the international breaks for foreign affairs.
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