Conor Grant

Squad No: 39
D.o.B: 18/04/1995
Birthplace: Fazakerly
Appearances: 3
Goals: 1

Midfielder Conor Grant joined Everton at 13 years of age.

A talented, left-footed player with an eye for goal, he featured in several of the senior side's pre-season games ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.

Grant remained part of the Under-21 side in 2013/14 but missed a significant chunk of the season with a back problem.

In December 2014, the youngster was named on the bench for Everton's first-team game against FC Krasnodar.

Then, in February 2015, he joined SPL outfit Motherwell on loan for the remainder of the campaign.

Grant got off to the dream start, netting a stunning 25-yard free-kick against Ross County on his professional debut and went on to make 11 more appearances as the Fir Park side beat the drop.

On 3 July 2015, he signed a new one-year contract at Everton, and joined Doncaster Rovers on loan in October.

He played 22 appearances in total for Donny, scoring four goals before his season was curtailed in mid-March after sustaining an Achilles injury.

In July 2016, Grant signed a new two-year deal with the Club to keep him at Goodison Park until the summer of 2018.

He joined Ipswich Town on loan that August, making seven appearances, but the deal was cut short, and went on to rejoin Doncaster Rovers on 2 January 2017 for a loan spell for the rest of that season.

In 2017/18, Grant went out on loan to Crewe Alexandra for the first half of the campaign, before playing the rest of the season with David Unsworth's Under-23s side.

Career Stats - Conor Grant (U21)

Season Appearances Goals
2014 2015 4 1
2015 2016 8 0
2017 2018 7 (2) 0
Total 19 (2) 1
Please note, not all competitions are listed on this page. In some cases, this may result in a discrepancy between the displayed totals for appearances and goals.


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