Neal Maupay, currently on loan at Brentford from Everton, has expressed his desire to make his move permanent and return to the club where he feels at home. Despite his turbulent stint at Goodison Park, where he has made limited appearances, Maupay has found solace and success with Brentford, emphasizing that the club has always held a special place in his heart.
The French forward, who previously left Brentford for Brighton in a multi-million-pound deal, acknowledges the uncertainty surrounding his future but is keen to continue contributing to Brentford’s cause under Thomas Frank. Maupay’s commitment to Brentford’s cause is evident in his positive outlook, despite challenging fixtures against Liverpool and Manchester City on the horizon.
While acknowledging the formidable challenge posed by these top-tier opponents, Maupay remains optimistic about Brentford’s prospects, emphasizing the team’s resilience and potential to defy expectations. As he prepares to face formidable opposition, Maupay’s unwavering dedication to Brentford reflects his determination to contribute to the club’s success moving forward.
🚨🏴 A lip reader has revealed that Kyle Walker threatened to knock out Neal Maupay during Man City’s game against Brentford last night! 🇫🇷
Maupay had whispered taunts about Walker’s children which angered him so much:
‘I’m gunna knock him out. Ref he spoke about my kids, he… pic.twitter.com/cJhLhteRSK
— Football Tweet ⚽ (@Football__Tweet) February 6, 2024
This season he played in total 20 times for 1131 minutes for Premier League.
Neal Maupay scored 5 goals for Brentford. He procured 3 assists. He received 5 yellow cards and no red cards.
Brentford performance and stats
In the last 23 games, it has won 6 times, drawn 5 times, and lost 12 times. In its last match, Brentford won 0-2 against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
It has a negative goal difference after scoring 34 goals and conceding 39.Embed from Getty Images