A FORMER Everton star may return to his worldwide staff after little one intercourse offences have been dropped in opposition to him.
The Premier League star, who cannot legally be named, was held by police in July 2021 earlier than being launched on bail.
Police revealed final week he’ll face no additional motion after the case was dropped.
His worldwide supervisor has now hinted on the participant making a return if he wished to return to the membership.
He advised native media: “He should determine for himself whether or not he desires to return to soccer and play once more.
“If he does, he’ll clearly be in my plans, if he maintains the identical commonplace.
“We’re very pleased as a result of his title has been cleared and these two years will need to have been hell for him.”
The supervisor additionally branded his participant a “good boy” as he revealed he “felt for him” throughout the ordeal.
Police have been scrambled to the star’s residence in July 2021 the place “a number of objects have been seized”.
Everton confirmed he had been suspended whereas police investigated the allegations.
In a earlier assertion, they added: “The Membership will proceed to assist the authorities with their inquiries and won’t be making any additional assertion presently.”
The alleged offences have been described as “very critical” with a probe led by Larger Manchester Police’s Main Incident Group.
It was then confirmed in February that the Crown Prosecution Service have been probing whether or not or to not cost the Worldwide star.
A spokesperson for Larger Manchester Police advised The Solar On-line final week: “The investigation staff and Crown Prosecution Service have been working collectively and reached the choice that the proof obtainable presently doesn’t attain the edge set out on the Code for Crown Prosecutors.
“Larger Manchester Police is dedicated to investigating allegations to safe the absolute best outcomes for all concerned and can proceed to work with accomplice companies to make sure people are supported all through investigations and past.”