Footballers are allowed to move to different clubs as long as the clubs involved agree on the terms and conditions of the transfer, sometimes, players are freed by their clubs.
Dennis Abiodun Adeniran is a midfielder who plays for Wycombe Wanderers on loan from Everton football club, he has announced on his Instagram page that he will be leaving Everton at the end of the 2020/21 season.
Dennis is 22 years old, he started his football career in Fulham in 2011, he was there till 2017 when he moved to Everton. On his Instagram page, Dennis said that his time at Everton has come to an end but he feels honored to have represented such a huge club with great history. He also that he is leaving the club with fond memories and great affection for the staff, players, and fans of Everton Football Club.
Dennis didn't disclose his next move in the post but one of the people who commented on his post that happens to be an Everton fan feels that Everton made a huge mistake by letting Dennis leave the club. Many people wished him well and that means that he is a good player and a good person.
Good luck on your next move Adeniran.
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