Ian Evatt is excited to work with Manchester United loanee Shola Shoretire
Speaking to The Bolton News as quoted by Manchester Evening News, Bolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has revealed that he is excited to work with Manchester United loanee Shola Shoretire.
Shoretire, one of the most talented youngsters at Man United has joined the League One club on loan. He is very talented and has a huge future in the game but it has been a while since has been in the first-team picture for the Red Devils.
The 18-year-old has been in Man United’s academy since he was just nine years old. The teenage sensation has five first-team appearances for the Red Devils so far with the last one being on the last day of the Premier League last season.
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◉ 17-year-old Shola Shoretire
◉ 18-year-old Charlie Savage
◉ 18-year-old Iqbal Zidane
◉ 19-year-old Amad Diallo
◉ 19-year-old Teden Mengi
◉ 19-year-old Anthony Elanga
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Shoretire is at that age where he needs regular game time and it is a wise decision to loan him out right now. He can play regularly for the promotion hopefuls and also show his quality to Erik ten Hag who will be watching.
Bolton could also do with a player with the talent of the English wonderkid. He could be the X-factor they are looking for as they look to push for promotion into the Championship. This could be a mutualistic association between the two parties.
Speaking about the talented player on loan, here is what Ian Evatt had to say about the talented forward and what he can bring to the club.
“I am certainly very excited about working with him. We have done a lot of due diligence on him, what we think he can bring to the team. They(Man United) think highly of him and he is super-talented”
Man United will be keeping a keen eye on how Shoretire develops during his time with the Trotters. They will be hoping he can get regular game time which will help him develop into a huge player for the future.
At 18, the English youngster has a lot of time ahead of him. He can still be a couple of loan spells away from being a regular first-team player for Man United. Only time will tell how he develops meanwhile.
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Right now, the potential is there for everyone to see. How he pans out is will depend on his commitment and attitude.