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Everton fanatics make fun of Jamie Redknapp on the claim of Michi Batshuayi

Not that the former Liverpool midfielder has caused a strong reaction from the fan base Everton.

Jamie Redknapp before the Premier League game between Everton and Leicester City in Goodison Park on April 9, 2017 in Liverpool, England.

Everton fanatics make fun of Jamie Redknapp after the Liverpool midfielder once again asked that he should sign to Michy Batshuayi on loan.

The Chelsea striker had his spell of Valencia on the day of the end of the term and completed a temporary transfer to Crystal Palace in the first hours of this morning.

Speaking to Sky Sports before, however, Redknapp said: "I think it's necessary to take a forward. When I think of the great Everton games, they have always had a great forward in front, someone who could lead the line.

"Is Michy Batshuayi the answer? Everyone is trying to discover this talent. It seems that he goes from one place to another and has been sent back to Valencia where he has been lent. In fact, he did not do it nothing.

Michy Batshuayi from Valencia CF during the Copa del Rey match between Sporting Gijon and Valencia at Molinón on January 8, 2019 in Gijón Spain

"Batshuayi in a loan would not be a nice one". I really think it's worth going in and see if you can get something out of it. "

However, what Redknapp did not realize is that Premier League clubs can only borrow a player from the same division rival at a specific time.

And that means acquiring Batshuayi temporarily, Everton would have had to terminate or turn the Kurt Zouma enchantment of Blues permanently.

Kurt Zouma from Everton during the Premier League match between Everton FC and AFC Bournemouth at Goodison Park on January 13, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Unfortunately, for Redknapp, his slit did not go unnoticed.

This is what they say about a persuasion of Everton on Twitter …

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Redknapp, son of the former Tottenham Hotspur coach, Harry, spent 11 years in the books of Liverpool.

It is not the first time that his comments have provoked a strong reaction from within the fan base of Everton, having previously described them as "people of the working class," and they said they do not want to see Beautiful football & # 39; at Goodison Park, again through Sky Sports.

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