Aaron Lennon joined Everton earlier in February of 2015 as the English player completed his move from White Hart Lane to Goodison Park in a transfer which lasts until the end of the current season.
The footballer who was named as the ‘’Young Player of the Year’’ for Leeds United during the season of 2004-05, Aaron Lennon is going through an impressive form with Everton as he has helped the Premier League club in their quest of avoiding the bottom relegation zone and the side of Roberto Martinez are safely away from being relegated as they are located in the middle section of the English League.
Roberto Martinez is head coach of Everton and the manager has already stated that he is impressed by what Aaron Lennon has been doing in the club and a permanent deal could be agreed if Lennon continues on performing at this high level.
When Everton was facing off with Swansea City on April 11, Aaron Lennon rescued one point for his interim team as he scored the only goal of his club in a match that ended with a 1-1 draw. Lennon also found the back of the net during Everton’s match QPR which was played a few weeks ago in March.
Everton has the option of turning Aaron Lennon’s loan deal into a permanent one but this will depend on how the player performs in this season and so far it has been an impressive period of time for Lennon who is being rumored of being signed permanently by Everton for a price tag of €6 million.
It has been less than 5 months since Aaron Lennon joined Everton but it has been enough time for him to make an impact in the team and receive the praise of Roberto Martinez as well as his teammate Leighton Baines who stated that Lennon has been working harder than everyone else in Goodison Park.
“It is infectious, but it is also encouraging when you see someone who is renowned for his attacking threat working so hard, it makes the other lads want to match that. He has been infectious.” Everton’s Leighton Baines said as he praised Aaron Lennon.