Muhamed Bešić joined Sheffield United in August 2019 after completing a loan move from Everton. Despite only playing 13 times for the Blades, the former Bosnian international would become somewhat of a cult hero due to his hardworking and aggressive nature in the middle of the park. Beśić would score his only goal in a Blades shirt in a fourth round FA Cup tie against Millwall.
But where is he now?
After his loan spell with United in the memorable 19/20 Premier League campaign, the combative midfielder would remain in the Everton reserves for the entirety of the season without playing a single game. The Merseysiders would release Bešić in July 2021 following the expiry of his contract.
Following on, the now 30-year-old would return to Ferencváros on a three-year deal in September 2021. Bešić previously played for the Hungarian side, which is where Everton spotted his talents in 2014. But on his return he would win his first trophy for the club when they were crowned league champions in April 2022.
Since leaving United, the midfielder has played 46 games in all competitions in the last three seasons.
The highlight of Bešić’s career
The highlight of the midfielder’s career would have to be for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bešić represented the nation at their first major championship at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He has been capped 40 times overall since making his international debut in 2010.