Tom Cleverley has been seeing a consistent drop in fortunes over the past few seasons, and he might just be in for another one that could make things even worse.
Cleverley, aged 27, has been struggling for form and play time this season under new manager Ronald Koeman. And according to Mirror Sport, a lot of clubs have been made aware of the fact that Cleverley might be up for grabs come the January transfer window.
He left the Red Devils last season to join Roberto Martinez at Everton, a manager who played Cleverley in his young days as a Wigan Player on loan.
Tom had an impressive debut season under Roberto, and seemed to be an integral part of an Everton team under transformation. Cleverley made 30 appearances last season, with two goals to his name, and things finally seemed to be heading upwards in his career.
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However, after change of managers, Cleverley has had a tough time fitting in the squad, and an exit away might be inevitable.
He has not played for his national side since November 2013, with England’s clash against Germany being his last match.
After a promising young career and playing under the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson, Cleverley has certainly drifted away from his promised path, and he desperately needs to head back in the right direction soon. A move might be best for him, but where to is yet to be seen.
January might bring a change in Cleverley’s fortune, and we hope it’s a good one.