Jonjoe Kenny admits he does not know whether he has a future at Everton after his season-long loan arrangement at Schalke came to an end. The full-back joined the Bundesliga club last summer and established himself as a regular starter for former Huddersfield manager David Wagner’s side. Kenny made 40 appearances for the Blues since his debut four years ago and could yet play a part for Carlo Ancelotti’s team next season.
Jonjoe Kenny said “No, nothing’s really come from Everton yet, I can only speak for myself and what I’ve felt, but I played a good few times for Everton, I think it was 30-odd times, and I loved it. I had a moment when I wasn’t playing, and I want to play week-in, week-out – I’m not happy to be sitting on the bench. When Schalke came up to go out on loan, to give me the opportunity to go and perform, the idea that if I play well I’ll stay in the team, that’s all I wanted. That’s all I could really ask for from any manager, and it was the right thing at that point in my career.”
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