18 July 2024

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Michel Rablat has left his role at Everton as the club’s recruitment lead in France, according to Patrick Boyland.

Writing on The Athletic website on Friday (13 August), the journalist reported that the Frenchman’s former colleague Habib Bamogo will take on extra responsibilities following his departure.

He added that the former Burkina Faso and Marseille striker will work alongside Phil Boardman, who is set to join the Toffees from Portsmouth, as well as Nathan Fisher.

Movement

It looks as though there is set to be quite a lot of movement in the scouting department behind the scenes at Everton over the coming weeks.

One of Rablat’s best pieces of work for the Toffees was helping secure the signing of Amadou Onana from Lille in the summer of 2022 in a £33million deal.

After the Belgian international has emerged as a key player under Sean Dyche, the Blues are likely to have an excellent midfielder on their hands for years to come or make a healthy profit on any potential sale.

Bamogo will look to carry on Rablat’s work in France as he aims to find some top talents that could prove to be a hit on Merseyside over the next few years.

With Boardman set to join as a European senior scout, the club’s focus towards a data-based approach to recruitment is likely to increase due to his previous work at Wolves as head of performance analysis.

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