Promising Everton youngster Conor McAleny has returned from his 6 month loan deal the club announced today. McAleny, who was on loan with Brentford through January, returns to the club after suffering a broken leg during the club's fourth match of the season.
The termination was by mutual consent of the clubs and now McAleny will face a lengthy spell on the sidelines as he begins to rehab his broken right tibia.The injury, suffered when McAleny challenged for a ball, is expected to keep McAleny out for most of the 20132014 season.
While McAleny is returning after only four matches, he made an impression on the club with Brentford stating they would like to have him back in the future. It would be a good place for him to start off again.
McAleny joined Everton at the tender age of 11 and has risen through the academy ranks over the past decade. He has made two senior appearances for Everton as well as having multiple appearances on the bench.
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