Everton boss Sam Allardyce has once again talked about Davy Klaassen’s situation at the club during his press conference on Friday. 

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The former Ajax captain has only made 13 appearances for Everton since joining in the summer and hasn’t featured in the first team since September.

Sam Allardyce told his press conference on Friday, “With Davy Klaassen we give him a game every now and then, but obviously he trains with the first team squad every day.

“But when he trains he’s a bit dejected, like any player that finds himself in this position.

“But as I said before the window we reduced the squad dramatically. It’s down to about three or four now not involved in the squads or preparations for the game, whereas before the end of the window it was eight or nine because we were overloaded with players.

“We’ve reduced that somewhat but still have a few players who are very frustrated.”

Klaassen was close to joining Napoli in January but the move broke down. The Dutch international now looks set for an occasional reserve run out before moving away from the Premier League in the summer.

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