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Lucas Digne: Why I left Barcelona to join Everton in transfer window

Lucas Digne: Why I left Barcelona to join Everton in transfer window
LUCAS DIGNE


Lucas Digne: Why I left Barcelona to join Everton in transfer window

Lucas Digne says he was convinced to swap Barcelona for Everton because of the "mission" deliberate underneath new head educate Marco Silva.

Digne has spent the beyond five seasons with Paris St-Germain, Roma and Barca, however made the decision to move to Goodison Park this summer time.

asked via Sky sports activities why he made the switch, he stated: "The assignment and the educate. once I spoke with the train he told me good matters and i had a good feeling. the new challenge changed into very good and we are able to see what occurs within the destiny.

"The instruct has a very good mentality for the sport, he desires to play with the ball and desires to play offensive football. i really like to play like this manner.

The instruct is new and you've got lots of new players. we have a great mix because we have skilled players who've performed right here for a few years and we can learn together and get the club better up the desk."

Everton are unbeaten in the most advantageous League this season beneath Silva but have most effective received considered one of four fits.

"I think we deserve more," stated Digne. "a few games we deserved to win, but football is like this and we're unbeaten, that's wonderful. We need to win the following recreation to maintain what we have commenced."

Everton are subsequent in motion on superb Sunday when they host West Ham, stay on Sky sports activities.

He added: "it is crucial for the entire-lower back to be decisive in assault however it's now not the most crucial issue. You need to be a great defender earlier than you attack and i am very satisfied to help the crew.

"The maximum vital element is the team triumphing and whilst we win it's perfect. I opt to win and now not get an assist than get an help and we draw."



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