Everton paid 18 million euros for the player who now plays in the seventh division

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Oumar Niasse should have been a huge signing for Everton seven years ago.

In February 2016, the English bought him for 18 million euros from Lokomotiv Moscow, but he stayed at the club from Liverpool for only one year.

After that, his rapid decline began. He played 42 games for Everton and scored nine goals with four assists before leaving for Hull City.

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After that, he tried to revive his career in the lower leagues Huddersfield, Burton and Morecambe, and now he ended up at the team that plays in the seventh division of England, Macclesfield.

In his career, this striker has played 190 professional matches and scored 64 goals and 24 assists.

He has nine appearances and three goals for the Senegal national team.

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