Robin Olsen is using his performances at the European Championship to get ‘revenge’ on Everton after his loan spell there last season.
That’s what Corriere Dello Sport report today on the back of comments made by the goalkeeper after Sweden’s draw with Spain.
Olsen was one of Sweden’s key men in the 0-0 draw with Spain on Monday, playing a big role in securing a huge point for his country.
The performance earned plenty of attention, particularly in Rome, where Roma fans were quick to point out that they haven’t seen many performances like that during his time at the club.
And Corriere say the goalkeeper is using the tournament to prove a point and get ‘real revenge’ on both the Italians and Everton.
He only managed 11 appearances for the Toffees last season, and the whole campaign was a ‘broken dream’ for him as he had hoped to prove himself again on Merseyside.
“It’s always nice to show what I can do,” he declared yesterday after the match. “I would have liked to have played at Everton more, so it’s only natural that performances like that make me feel good because I show my worth.”
That was something he managed to do against Spain, something Roma ‘can rejoice’ in as the performance will ‘surely have attracted’ the attention of several clubs.
Tiago Pinto is waiting for offers on that front, with one unlikely to come from Everton, who are now very much an ex Olsen wants to prove a point to.