Promising young Everton striker Calum Dyson is set for a loan move to Plymouth Argyle within the coming days according to the Plymouth Herald.
The 20-year-old is yet to make an impact on the first team at Goodison Park, but is highly rated and regarded there, and is set for a loan move to Home Park in the coming days, to get some first team experience under his belt.
Since the Englishman made the step up to the senior squad in 2017, he has been on loan at 3 clubs: Stockport County, where he scored 3 in 8 appearances, Chester, where he only made 4 appearances, and Grimsby Town last year where he scored 4 in 16 appearances, and won their young player of the year, but is yet to make a real impact on the first team of anywhere he has been.
The Herald is reporting that Dyson has been removed from Everton training in preparation for his imminent transfer.
Dyson’s agent told The Herald:
“Everton have got a lot of really good young players, but they’ve also been buying a lot of new players this summer.
“It’s been a bit sad, not necessarily for Calum, but in the old days there’s probably a few of the young lads who would have been in the first team by now.
“Our thoughts have always been about Calum’s age and he has got to be playing football, it’s a move which would work for Everton, Plymouth and ourselves.”
Dyson recently agreed a one-year contract extension at Goodison Park, but will be hoping to impress away from Merseyside.