Ademola Lookman had plenty of promise when he arrived at Everton from Charlton Athletic in January 2017.
The 20-year-old, who predominantly plays on the left wing but can also switch to the right or in behind the striker, has shown glimpses of his quality.
However, circumstances that were out of his control has meant that his career at Everton so far has been stop-start.
Lookman was bought by Ronald Koeman, but the Dutchman was sacked midway through the 2017-18 campaign.
Replacement manager Sam Allardyce ended up offloading the attacker to Bundesliga side RB Leipzig on loan, where he scored five goals and created four assists in 11 league appearances.
According to a recent report in The Mirror, the Toffees have turned down a £12m bid from Leipzig for Lookman, who is believed to be keen to join the German club permanently.
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We asked you if Everton could do with keeping the youngster in the squad ahead of a busy season.
With Marco Silva now at the helm, perhaps he could find a place for him, and the majority of fans polled believe that Lookman deserves it, but he may need convincing.