Everton shouldn't have any hesitation about selling Henen

Everton's English manager Sam Allardyce gestures before the English Premier League football match between Everton and Manchester United at Goodison Park in Liverpool, north west England on...

The Everton forward has admitted that he could leave this month.

Shayon Harrison of Spurs battles with David Henen of Everton during the Premier League International Cup between Everton U21 and Tottenham Hotspur U21 at Goodison Park on August 31, 2015...

Although there has been much discussion regarding further possible arrivals at Everton during this month's transfer window, there could also be some departures from Goodison Park.

One player who could leave is David Henen, with the young forward indicating that he wants to depart either permanently or on loan as he seeks regular playing time elsewhere, as reported by The Liverpool Echo.

David Henen of Fleetwood Town is tackled by James Bree of Barnsley during the Johnstone's Paint Trophy northern section semi final second leg match between Fleetwood Town and Barnsley at...

Since joining Everton, initially on loan, from Olympiacos in 2014, Henen has featured regularly for The Toffees at youth level but he has yet to make a senior appearance.

The 21-year-old, who can play as a left winger or a central striker, is an exciting prospect but he has yet to provide evidence that he is capable of performing consistently, even at U23 level.

David Henen of Fleetwood Town is tackled by James Bree of Barnsley during the Johnstone's Paint Trophy northern section semi final second leg match between Fleetwood Town and Barnsley at...

Indeed, Henen has only mustered ten goals and six assists across 48 appearances for Everton at U23 level, while he was unable to make much of an impact during a loan spell with Fleetwood Town in League One two seasons ago.

Henen has reached the stage in his development where a decision needs to be made about his future and it appears that it would be best for all parties if he was to leave Everton and look to get his career back on track elsewhere, possibly abroad.

It would be a difficult decision to make in terms of letting Henen move on, but it seems that Everton should accept that the youngster now isn't going to make the breakthrough into the first-team.

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